Bristol Zoo is reopening in July

Bristol Zoo Gardens is reopening to the public in July 2020, following its closure due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Bristol Zoo Gardens is welcoming animal-loving visitors back to the wildlife attraction in Clifton on Tuesday 14 July 2020 – after three months of closure due to Coronavirus.

The fifth oldest zoo in the world, which has welcomed more than 90 million guests through its gates, visitors will be able to see Bristol Zoo’s lions, gorillas, meerkats and more for the first time since it temporarily closed in March 2020.

New measures have been introduced at Bristol Zoo to keep guests safe – including a timed ticket system to manage capacity and social distancing signage throughout the grounds. Tickets must also be booked in advance.

For more information, call Bristol Zoo Gardens on (0117) 428 5300.

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Wednesday 08 July 2020

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