Bristol Zoo, 28th October only, free entry for any child who brings a carved pumpkin!

Bristol Zoo, 28th October only, free entry for any child who brings a carved pumpkin!

Found 19th Oct 2011
Bristol Zoo has a special offer on to celebrate Halloween on Friday, 28th October whereby any child who brings a carved pumpkin will receive free entry to the zoo.

Pumpkin Festival – Free child entry with a carved pumpkin

Friday 28 October
To celebrate Halloween, kids who bring a pumpkin and a full paying adult get free entry to the Zoo on 28 October.

Terms and conditions:

This promotion is open to all UK residents, excluding employees of Bristol Zoo Gardens, their families and anyone connected with this promotion.
Enjoy one free child entry with a carved or decorated pumpkin and a full paying adult.
Only one child will be admitted free per pumpkin and paying adult.
Valid on Friday 28 October (all day).
Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
BZG reserves the right to withdraw, amend or suspend this promotion in the event of any unforeseen circumstances outside its reasonable control with no liability to any entrants or any third party.

I know that this is location specific and so not everyone will think this is great (although may be worth checking your local zoos in case they are having a promotion too) but with the school holidays, I thought that this is a good offer.

PS. I am anticipating the pumpkins needing to be purchased but a lot of people are buying them for halloween anyway and I don't see why you can't take it back to your car after you have your tickets! Also, check friends with allotments who will let you have their 'tiddlers' for free :o)

I am definitely going to give it a whirl as children's tickets (age 3-14 yrs) are normally £7.72 each (£8.50 each with gift aid)

I hope this helps someone!
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also you can get it without the pumpkin from different sites like great western and national express, but its a nice idea anyway
The baby gorrilla is adorable there, worth going for that alone
It's a good offer, OP, just wondering - does that mean you have to cart the damn thing round the zoo with you? I'm guessing it won't be long before "M-u-u-u-m, can you hold this"
Do you get the child back out again?
What about adults?

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