Bristols 100 acre family attraction is set to be a big hit this season after opening a brand new indoor heated soft play barn called the Jungle Den. Bristols award-winning zoo now provides visitors with 200 square meters of slides, ball pits, soft climbing structures and games, offering the best in modern play facilities for under 5s and their parents. Regular Jungle Tots coffee mornings are also now available during term time on Mondays for Bristol mums.
Along with new improved facilities, visitors to Noahs Ark Zoo Farm can see impressive new animals in 2011, including the worlds longest reptile; the Crocodile Monitor and two new Caiman crocodilians. After adding lions, a new female giraffe, vultures and lemurs to the zoo last year, Noahs Ark is also planning the largest elephant enclosure in the UK, with 12 acres of stunning countryside to act as an elephant sanctuary.
An exciting family day out, Noahs Ark also provides a bespoke gift package for animal lovers the popular zoo keeper for a day experiences. With a choice of Big Zoo Animals, Primates and Reptiles or Big Cats Keeper Experiences: Bristols unique zoo farm attracts people from all over the UK. Often recommended as the hands on animal experience, Keeper Experience at Noahs Ark Zoo Farm Bristol are once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
With families coping with the rise in VAT this year, Noahs Ark has kept child and group rate prices at 2010 rates, making a day out at the zoo more affordable.
Noahs Ark Zoo Farm offers a comprehensive Education Programme for schools in Bristol, recognized by the national Quality Badge from the UK Learning outside the Classroom scheme and hosts over 10,000 school visitors each year. Teachers looking for an educational school trip can find a range of National Curriculum based workshops from KS1 to A Level, with live animals and fun, group-based learning. The Bristol zoos qualified Education Officers can discuss school trip ideas and tailor each visit to meet individual needs.
Educational school trips to Noahs Ark are a fun way to learn; students are often more engaged when able to see and handle real live animals, whilst benefiting from a day out in the fresh air with their classmates.
Noahs Ark Zoo Farm, Bristol is open 10:30 5pm, Monday Saturday until 3rd December 2011. Visit www.noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk to plan your visit.