Treat your dad to a great day out at Bristol Zoo Gardens this Father's Day - for free!
On Sunday June 15, dads can visit the zoo for free with a full-paying child or adult.
Why not visit the Zoo's 450 different animal species - including some very special dads. You could say hello to Jock, the 150kg western lowland gorilla, father to Komale the cheeky baby gorilla and his mischievious brother Namoki.
Or, for dads who have everything, why not buy a unique Father's Day gift from Bristol Zoo by adopting him his favourite animal? Zoo annual membership is another idea for a gift that lasts a whole year, so he can visit whenever he likes - as well as supporting the Zoo's charitable conservation work. The adventurous dad could even become a 'Keeper for the Day' and get a behind the scenes experience of the working life of the zoo.
Alternatively, take your dad out for a sumptuous Father's Day lunch at the Clifton Pavilion. For further details, or to make your reservation, please call 0117 923 8332 or email [email protected]
For more details about visiting the visit Bristol Zoo Gardens' this Father's Day, visit the website at http://www.bristolzoo.org.uk
or phone 0117 974 7300. http://visitbristol.co.uk/site/news/2008/5/6/dads-go-free-at-bristol-zoo-gardens-this-father-s-day