Family Pass for Two Adults and Up To Three Children for £16.20 at Tropiquaria (Bristol) (Up To £40.50 Value)
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Family Pass for Two Adults and Up To Three Children for £16.20 at Tropiquaria (Bristol) (Up To £40.50 Value)

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Found 30th May 2011
Perfect treat for family during the school holidays.
The international banana trade hit a snag when a gang of gangster gibbons held up a delivery en route to market, demanding a payoff of peanuts, ham sandwiches and designer hats. Engage in some monkey business with today's Groupon: for £16.20 instead of £40.50, get a family pass for two adults and up to three children to visit Tropiquaria.

A tropical house and zoo complex close to Taunton and Minehead, Tropiquaria is an engaging wildlife and play park experience designed for grown-ups and kiddies alike. Crammed with a host of Mother Nature's most loved celebrities and a wealth of exciting outdoor pursuits, Tropiquaria is also home to the Radio Museum, the Shadowstring Puppet Theatre and an engaging indoor playground. Housed in a charming Grade II Listed Building, Tropiquaria is not just a pretty face of educational fun and games, but an active supporter of BIAZA as well as adhering to the reviewed Zoo Licensing Act.

Cheeky chimps and merrymaking marmosets can grab a pair of adults and head down for a fun day out at Tropiquria. With a pass for two adults and up to three youngsters (3-16 years), select a dastardly duo of choice and spend the time getting to grips with the animal kingdom. With snakes, wallabies and emus as well as lemurs, tapirs and piranhas, get up close and personal with our wild cousins. For those keen on the smaller things, explore the reptile house or be submerged in the beasts of the aquarium. If seeking a bit of fun and games, be diverted by indoor and outdoor play facilities, including two full size replica pirate ships, a play fort and an outside play area including a zip wire. While youngsters have a laugh, the older ones can sit in a cafe and nurse a cup of tea.

4 Comments

Only 90 minutes from Bristol!

Looks okay for the money, would feel ripped off at £40 though!

It is approx 56 miles from Bristol (as WorKid2 said 90 mins - and that is taking the M5!) Would be better to say it is near Taunton or Minehead so that it is targeting those living closer. Just over 2 hours for me and I don't live far from Bristol :o(

Really good deal though as was looking at Bristol Aquarium and that is £37.40 (£2 saving if booking on line) so original price comparable for a family day out!

thanks amibees.

went yesterday (won free tickets, prob wouldnt go for full price) very nice for half a day, youd struggle to fill a whole day with stuff though. kids liked it especially the animal encounter, holding snakes and giant milipedes etc.
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