The final opening weeks of the world’s fifth oldest zoo, Bristol Zoo Gardens was marked today with the unveiling of a giant interactive gorilla sculpture.
Bristol Zoo Gardens’ keepers provided animals with cold treats as temperatures reached record highs over the weekend and topped 36° on Monday (18 July) – the hottest day ever recorded at the 186-year-old attraction.
Bristol Zoo Gardens’ Royal Patron His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex has visited Bristol Zoo to celebrate our 186th anniversary (July 11) and to hear our plans for Bristol Zoo Gardens and a new Bristol Zoo.
Field researchers from Bristol Zoological Society and the University of Bristol have found, and captured on camera, the world’s largest frog for the first time in Equatorial Guinea in almost two decades.
The centre piece of Bristol Zoo Gardens’ summer celebrations has been revealed – a huge moving gorilla made of wood, as tickets for the festivities go on sale.
Bristol Zoological Society has submitted a planning application for its Bristol Zoo Gardens site in Clifton.
Now’s your last chance to visit before the Zoo’s last day 03.09.22Book now
Now’s your last chance to visit before the Zoo’s last day 03.09.22