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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxall

4.2
#5 of 115 in Parks in Somerset
For a hands-on animal experience visit Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, a zoo and entertainment center based around a working farm. This zoo, which actively promotes animal protection and conservation, shelters numerous farm and exotic animals, including llamas, alpacas, wallabies, camels, giraffes, white rhinos, and lemurs. The all-weather attraction includes 12 indoor play areas, a performance space with seating for 500, and an indoor maze. Purchase a bag of animal food at the zoo’s shop and hand-feed goats, camels, deer, sheep, and pigs. Drop by the show pens to encounter horses, ponies, cows, and reindeer. The zoo also offers a variety of "keeper for a day" experiences, designed to suit animal lovers of all ages. Plan your visit ahead of time and book your tickets online. With our world travel planner, Wraxall attractions like Noah's Ark Zoo Farm can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm Reviews

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4.6
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  • Awww what a lovely place! Husband and I travelled down from Staffordshire and had the 10:30 slot. Met my family there (first time seeing them in 8 months!) Very hot day, was pleased to see it wasn’t.....  more »
  • First impressions are awful and we considered leaving early on as all started to feel depressed by the state of the animal enclosures The first area is very run down, animals didn’t seem happy and...  more »
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  • Overall the zoo is okay. Lovely habbitat for the bears with the streams and climbing area. Great enrichment. It's ideal for small children with kids activities and games. I do think the small animal side and farm animals could do with an upgrade. The small animal barn looked as if it had seen better days BUT! it was lovely to see Guinea pigs have lots of hay and space to move around unlike the rabbits in the hutches. 😞 Been nice to see some more enrichment for certain animals at the park but overall it was a nice day out
  • Family friendly and all fairly well condensed. We arrived early and managed to park easily. All areas apart from the viewing platforms are disabled friendly. Lots of places for breaks, we took our own food, but plenty of places to buy food. An enjoyable experience and likely to visit again. Not as expensive as other places nearby but still £75.00 for 3x adults and a child.

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