Bristol Zoo's family ticket for £10 instead of £20 (2 Adults and 2 Children) - HotUKDeals
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They sold out earlier on the week but they have 400 more tickets available today!

1 voucher per family, may buy multiple as gifts
2 Adults and 2 Children between the ages of 3-14
Children aged under 3 can enter for free
Not to be used in conjunction with membership and groups
Voucher valid Tues 21st December only, 5.30pm – 8pm
(I know it would be nice if we can use it in Summer 2011)

Only 400 tickets available so get yours quick
Visitors will be able to join in with carol singing, experience the enchanted Elf Hollow, meet and feed Santa’s reindeer and make a Christmas wish at the wishing tree
Be treated to performances by a steel drum band, story-telling around the bonfire and watch the Rag Morris Mummers perform their new traditional Christmas play, with a zoo-themed twist
The zoo grounds will be lit up by stunning animal-shaped lights, which can be admired whilst warming yourself by the fire, enjoying mulled wine and a hot mince pie
Also visit the animals in the heated Aquarium, Reptile House and Bugworld
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#1
this has already been posted a number of times.
#2
traceyh09
this has already been posted a number of times.


I think the OP has reposted due to new tickets being available, plus they were the original poster.
#3
Sorry I did a quick search before posting. There's one but it's been expired already.
#4
I think they've let Bristol Zoo slide over the years. Used to be really good day out for the family, now just ok. My boy was really disappointed that they don't have any elephants, particularly as all the signs on the way in show a picture of one!

I hope they can get this place back up to its previous standards, but that is a very good price for q family ticket regardless.
#5
scm8jet
I think they've let Bristol Zoo slide over the years. Used to be really good day out for the family, now just ok. My boy was really disappointed that they don't have any elephants, particularly as all the signs on the way in show a picture of one!I hope they can get this place back up to its previous standards, but that is a very good price for q family ticket regardless.
Bristol Zoo have a policy of not replacing any of the "big" animals when they die, so when poor old Wendy went that was it for the elephants. Personally I think this is a good thing as I remember the brown/polar bears they had that just used to sit and rock all day, not an uplifting sight!

Edited By: flaviafishcake on Dec 05, 2010 10:15: Oops!
#6
scm8jet
I think they've let Bristol Zoo slide over the years. Used to be really good day out for the family, now just ok. My boy was really disappointed that they don't have any elephants, particularly as all the signs on the way in show a picture of one!

I hope they can get this place back up to its previous standards, but that is a very good price for q family ticket regardless.


The Elephant on the sign is the standard symbol for any zoo. Bristol Zoo used to have an elephant but changing opinions meant they determined years ago that they were far too small a site for elephants and they only kept their last elephant, Wendy, till she died a few years ago because she'd lived virtually all her life in Bristol zoo and it was considered she was too old to cope with a move. Bristol is a small city zoo and will never compare with larger sites - n.b. they did (possibly still do) have plans for a big "wildlife conservation park" based on their current "off-display" site near Cribbs Causeway - plans looked very exciting but it seems to be shelved as first it failed to get allocated one of the "big project" lottery grants 2-3 years ago then now it seem to be blighted by the potential takeover of part of the site by a new exit to the M5 to get people into the shopping centre at Cribbs quicker.

There's been lots of developments over recent years - mainly concentrating on smaller animals or giving some of the larger ones much more space (e.g. the lions have about 3x the space they used to and the old giraffe house - where Wendy used to live - giraffes went even longer ago - is now the base for the Gorillas with their own island).

The "problem" is that as you give large animals more space and more natural style enviroments then they start to behave in more normal ways - e.g. lions spend 90% of their time asleep, gorillas like to sit quietly not being looked at etc!
#7
thanks - not near me - but a great deal - heat added (_;)
#8
Good deal, but when I followed link, it said tickets had sold out :(

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