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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Wraxall 1.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Wraxall
Friendly staff amazing animals in such Wonderfull Areas all healthy happy and such verity X saw a beautiful baby giraffe amazing bears and the list goes on X All I can say well worth the visit and full Good day ou...
Enjoyed some very stunning flights of the birds of prey team (thanks again Nathalie, Georgia and Jasmine - it's always amazing to see how the learning and teaching works and flows in all ways) both outside, where...

River Avon

England, UK 1.4 mi away
#0 of 0 Nature & Parks in England
Walking along the river with the sun setting, the swans swimming, and the peaceful surroundings....was just perfection!
Wherever you look on the river there is some form of history, from the dockside buildings, to the old cranes and rolling stock, it is quite a good walk, but there are plenty of cafes and bars to keep you going,
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Portishead Marina

Portishead 2.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Portishead
The boats on the marina are beautiful and it's nice to take a stroll and imagine...... Once you get to the end of the marina you have views across to Portway Docks and a walkway to a local nature reserve.
It's also good for day trips, bike rides, pub visits, nature reserve, boat watching-especially when the tall ships come in and the marina festival event once a year

Leigh Woods

Bristol, UK 2.5 mi away
#6 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
What a stunning walk along the top of the Avon gorge through the lovely Leigh woods stunning views of the suspension bridge and Clifton village rounded off a great afternoon stroll with the dogs
This place is huge and.beautofjl there are a few bits fitted about for kids to do and great trains for dog walks or bike rides.. personally I live just escaping to be surrounded by nature and fresh air xx
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Portbury
Alternatively take the left fork which will take you to the top of the woods and from there the path to the bluebells is on the right before the fields.
we saw a stream, ponds, bridges, some very steep steps and huge wooded valleys.
#4 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
As a very keen gardener, I could have spent hours enjoying this garden and learning about the natural environments of the plants grown in the borders and glasshouses.
The glasshouses were our favourite and we spent a long time in the tropical house admiring the fascinating specimens in the central pond.

Ashton Court Estate

Bristol, UK 4.1 mi away
#3 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
It’s a magical place which is free unless you park ( although £1.20 for the whole day is a great deal!) there’s also a wonderful Walk through the woods st the top near the golf course and you feel a million miles...
... within the old stables, two large deer parks, to golf courses, off road mountain bike tracks, miniature railway, in the summer it plays host to various music festivals, Bristol international balloon fiesta and...
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Brandon Hill Nature Park

Bristol, UK 5.0 mi away
#1 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
Having entered the park using the steps at the bottom of Jacobs Wells Road we enjoyed the ascent through the woods which took us to the highest point in Bristol where we savoured the panoramic views.
There are large car parks to the north, but the site itself is only a 20-ish minute walk from Temple Meads and is well-served by bus services along Anchor Road or up Park Street.

Clifton Observatory and Caves

Bristol, UK 4.1 mi away
#5 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
Great little amusement to go and see Sits atop a wonderful little park With views down to Clifton Suspension Bridge The camera predates the photographic camera and is very interesting to see - only £2.50 - it is q...
A fascinating place to visit, the observatory is unchanged from Victorian times.

Bristol Zoo Gardens

Bristol, UK 4.1 mi away
#8 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
Great assortment of different animals, reptiles, etc especially loved the gorilla house, nice unusual touches of the gorillas being able to walk over your head on glass floors, also the fruit bat enclosure, really...
Highlights and plus points: Good balance between conservation and attraction Plenty to see and do Animals are happy and have good space to roam Good for families and children Good food Easy to find and park Great...

Blaise Castle House Museum

Bristol, UK 4.2 mi away
#9 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
This museum, run by volunteers, is within the park of Blaise Castle and is well worth a look around, there is a wide variety of exhibits and activities for all ages, and the building itself is really beautiful.
We were pleasantly surprised, once you get past the crowded entrance and the large bit quickly overflowing playground, the park itself is very nice, hilly with nice views, the folly, and even a gorge with a river.

Portishead Lake Grounds

Bristol, UK 2.7 mi away
#14 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
Lovely place to visit & eat enjoy sea views across wales..brilliant place to live & visit travellers will have a open air swimming pool to sunbath swim and enjoy there time,we spend hours there but system for time...
> Portishead's fabulous Open Air Pool > boating lake > two cafes > cricket, football, hockey > children's playground > circuit training equipment > Battery Point, where huge shios come closer to shore than antwher...


Bristol, UK 5.4 mi away
#2 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
... for a stroll along the Harbourside, the view is lovely on a sunny day and there is a great little boardwalk - coffee shops and bars alongside the boats make for a lovely walk and catch up watching the crowds.
There are lots to see from the Mshed, SS Great Britain, the Underfall yard, the Aquarium sand we the curious to name but a few, as well as the various house boats a historic ships dotted around the harbour.

Wild Place Project

Easter Compton, UK 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Easter Compton
All staff very friendly, helpful guide map, excellent play areas for little ones (and older ones), lots of picnic areas, all nicely laid out and lots of information about the animals on plaques at each enclosure.
What a good decision, we absolutely loved it, relatively few animals but all in large compounds with good photography opportunies, also enjoyed the walks through the woods watching wild birds and really enjoyed th...

College Green

Bristol, UK 5.2 mi away
#11 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
... the City Centre and Cabot Circus, this is a great place to soak up the lunchtime sun from around June to September and gives way to Uni and College students,business busybodies and a few rogue skateboarders too!
The tulip tree is just before the bus stop these trees take 25 years before they bloom you will see the two coloured tulip shaped flowers late April - early June depending upon the weather.
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Avon Gorge National Nature Reserve

Bristol, UK 3.7 mi away
#21 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
#25 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol

Redcliffe Caves

Bristol, UK 3.9 mi away
#24 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol

North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre

Congresbury 7.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Congresbury
We held George the Dominican barn owl, Oscar the Harris Hawk, Paris the European Kestrel and Hercules the European Eagle Owl and Inca the British Barn Owl flew to our hands to be rewarded with a tasty chicken morsel.
Thanks to Ally and Staff for an excellent experience-Ally has an amazing knowledge of the falcons and owls and with everything she told us it made the hole experience even more enjoyable.

Chew Valley Lake

Somerset, UK 5.3 mi away
#53 of 131 Nature & Parks in Somerset
Such a breath of fresh air to visit the Chew Magna lakes, lovely walks, the colours of the trees are spectacular.
Lovely picnic area to take advantage of lovely scenery and nice scenic walk!
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Bristol Aquarium

Bristol, UK 5.4 mi away
#12 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
My youngest daughter has dreams of becoming a marine biologist so for her, this was a chance to see some familiar species and more than a few new ones to her; my personal favourites are the seahorses, who have a l...
Staff are very friendly, very informative love looking at the sea life but they also have a cute tarantula and frogs loved it and cant wait to go back

The Downs

Bristol, UK 4.2 mi away
#22 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
At the north end of this area is 'Parrys Lane' a one way roadway that offers free parking for motorhomes and camper vans, (5 hours between 08:00 and 17:00 free and overnight free, a great opportunity to park up an...

Poet's Walk

Clevedon 7.5 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Clevedon
From the historic pier walk along the seafront and enjoy watching the watersports on marine lake then follow the path around poets walk for fantastic views of the Bristol Channel and surrounding countryside .
Suitable for nearly all fitness levels and with easy concrete paths and hillside climbs alike it has the most wonderful view from the Iron Age fort at the top.

Dewstow Gardens & Hidden Grottoes

Caerwent, UK 8.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Caerwent
After the grottoes we had a lovely walk around the beautifully kept gardens and ponds, lots to see - some amazing plants and trees - lots of little quirky things to see too, I liked the stone dove cote - we saw du...
A hidden gem , an amazing place with a lot of old history to it ,well worth a visit every turn is a surprise especially the grottoes with the hidden charms to see and the tunnels are all as interesting which lead...

Castle Park

Bristol, UK 5.8 mi away
#13 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
In particular visit St Peter’s church and also visit the Sikh war memorial and the one to veterans of the Spanish Civil War.
There's a large bandstand and a 5 birch tree memorial commemorating the 5 D-Day beaches.
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Bristol Floating Harbour

Bristol, UK 5.3 mi away
#19 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
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Royal Fort Gardens

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#23 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol
The garden is a great spot for a picnic, but close on foot to Park Street and all its eateries too.
Wonderful (and free) art installation in a lovely parkland

Clevedon Marine Lake

Clevedon 7.1 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Clevedon
Now restored and 100% fit for purpose Clevdons Marine lake attracts a wide variety of activities including swimming 250m laps, diving from the "blue" island, canoeing, paddle boarding, kayaking, rowing boats, mode...
Swimming lake is lovely with the tidal water and activities like canoeing and lovely grass area to play and picnic, great views of the coast and all in all a great day for whoever you are.

The Falconry Academy

Bristol, UK 3.9 mi away
#33 of 34 Nature & Parks in Bristol

Crocs R Us

Filton, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Filton
Where do I start this tour was fantastic, the tour guide was informative and very friendly as well as knowing a far bit about most of the species of snakes and crocodiles in the store, after the tour we had chance...
We booked my sons 7th birthday party here for him and 18 friends, it was brilliant they all had an amazing time with passionate knowledgeable staff who were able to impart this on a group of overexcited kids!