Noah's Ark Zoo Farm to host fun-filled 20th Anniversary Party this Saturday 22nd June

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm to host fun-filled 20th Anniversary Party this Saturday 22nd June

Posted on: 18 Jun 2019

OK, hang out the bunting and slice the cake. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall is celebrating its 20th anniversary and want you to join the party on Saturday 22nd June 2019.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm 20th Anniversary Party.

Can you believe it? 20 years. How time flies, eh? It's going to be a good 'un too, crammed with more fun, games and activities than you could shake a particularly big stick at, including loads of outdoor games that will keep the whole family entertained.


To commemorate the event, Noah's Ark would also like to create a very special picture timeline which will trace from when the venue first opened originally as a Farm Centre to now, 20 years on, and thrilling visitors with its impressive menagerie of giraffes, elephants, rhinos and loads of other large zoo animals.


A family-owned zoo on an actual working farm in 100 acres of sprawling, beautiful North Somerset countryside, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm attracts more than 170,000 visitors a year. Its collection of animals includes over 100 species and they continue their original hands-on approach, enthralling young and old alike.


If you want images of your zoo visits to be incorporated in the 20th-anniversary birthday timeline, email or, or if you're into all that social media malarkey you can keep up-to-date with everything going on at FacebookTwitter and Instagram @noahsarkzoobristol.


For everything else you need to know about Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, from what's on to animal experiences to adventure and play facilities, head to the official website here. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is located at Clevedon Road, Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1PG. For more info, contact the team on 01275 852606.

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Jamie Caddick

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