Wild Place Project in Bristol

Discover a world of wonderful animals here at the Wild Place Project in Bristol. Spot animals from all over the world including many endangered species. Meet the brown bears in the bear wood, discover giraffes and zebras in the national park and even take a trip to Madagascar to meet the adorable lemurs! This is the perfect place to take the whole family for a fun and loving day out!

Why visit the Wild Place Project in Bristol?

Whether you're a lover of animals or just looking for a fun day out, this is the perfect place to bring the whole family to learn about endangered species.

With the vision to create a sustainable future for wildlife and people, they are passionate about conservation with an emphasis on protecting threatened habitats on our doorsteps and around the globe.

Kids can run wild in the play areas, including the Fun Fort, Congo Bongo and Barefoot Trail. And if you’re feeling really adventurous, there’s Leap of faith– the thrilling outdoor climbing experience for adults and children.

  • Adult: from £10.45
  • Child (2-14): from £7.84
  • Under 2s: FREE
  • Carer: FREE

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