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For Christmas I had a animal experiences gift from buy a gift.com. After looking at the different options I went for the lemur experiences at the Bristol wild place project. I emailed to book and you had to book several months before as it was...More
I went a few months ago and fed the giraffe. I enjoyed it so much that when a friend came to stay for a few days, i booked up for us to feed the lemurs. It was amazing. We had a fabulous time. The lady...More
This is a small wild life park/zoo. Be prepared for a lot of walking. The place is wheelchair accessible, in the main, but some paths are very bumpy. The new Bear Wood has wolves, lynx and wolverine as well as bears. There is a long...More
As we had been to Wild Place before, our main aim this time was to visit Bear Wood with our boys aged 11 and 14. The timeline is great as it transports you and the wooden walkway is very sympathetic to the surroundings. When we...More
This visit was a complete surprise...a 5***** occasion .for all ages.. Connected to Bristol Zoo as a holding station this is an experience that needs to be seen to be believed. Meercats...Bear woods, Wolves via walkway in a elevated woodland/countryside setting setting...Lemurs and other wild...More
Visited with 11 and 13 year old. Overall it was good. Nice to see different areas such as Congo and Bear Woods. The animals had a lot of space so much better than a zoo where they live in confined areas. To see the Lemurs...More
Good place to visit to see a range of animals in food sized enclosures.
Not as many different animals as you might find at a zoo but you do get a good mix of animals and countryside and it’s nice seeing the animals in larger...More
We have been to Wild place project alot as we are members and usually take a packed lunch. Today we thought why not try the food on site....wish we had stuck to our picnic items. Panini at £5.50 for cheese and ham. Bland cheese, tasteless...More
It's a place I'd only visit once but it was a nice day out animals are spread out so a bit of walking bring your own food because its expensive. The bears were fab didnt see any wolves, giraffes were lush as were cheetahs
Really impressed with this lovely wildlife park. The bears and lemurs are definitely the highlights. The animals are well kept. The staff are friendly and helpful. Had a lovely time here and can’t wait to go back.More
Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Lorna and Matth... C
Guest Services ... W, Guest Relations Manager at Wild Place Project, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for the 5 stars!!
I am so pleased to hear you had such an enjoyable day out with us and found our staff to be friendly and knowledgeable.
It is great news that you cant wait to come back - we look forward...More
Response from ihaveshoos | Reviewed this property |
There are some woodland walks that are much harder with a buggy but you should be fine for most of the park. We managed to see all the animals with two buggies quite easily, except for the gelada monkeys which was a bit... More
There are some woodland walks that are much harder with a buggy but you should be fine for most of the park. We managed to see all the animals with two buggies quite easily, except for the gelada monkeys which was a bit bumpy but still doable. We even managed to push the buggies into the meadow for a picnic, so you should be fine
Response from TheRioTrio | Reviewed this property |
It's not huge if you keep to the paths but there are areas to explore more of the beaten track.
It can get quite muddy if it has been raining a lot too which could cause problems for buggies or wheelchairs.