Bristol Zoo Gardens has extensive hospitality facilities; whether you are looking to host a small workshop meeting, a large scale entertainment event or a celebratory dinner our grounds or venues can accommodate all of your corporate or social needs.
The Clifton Pavilion building, which is managed by Bristol Zoo Gardens Hospitality boasts multiple function rooms which can accommodate small boardroom meetings, exhibition events, presentation meetings within our fully fitted lecture theatre or something more social with an informal networking evening, a family gathering or a formal sit down dinner! The Clifton Pavilion is used for weddings, conferences, summer and Christmas parties, meetings and much more.
The Hide Restaurant offers everything from early morning breakfast meetings, to large-scale networking events or parties, this impressive new venue can accommodate up to 300 people, to celebrate a range of occasions with themes ranging from relaxed dining to canapés and cocktails.
In addition to these spaces, it is possible to hire the entire zoo grounds for an evening complete with private viewings of the animal houses. These are popular for large staff parties or summer performances.
Our aim is to make your occasion special. We believe that the formal style of the building, set within spectacular grounds, coupled with contemporary menus and welcoming staff, make this a unique venue that cannot be matched in or around Bristol.
At Bristol Zoo Gardens, we protect wildlife in the UK and around the world, every day. ‘Saving Wildlife Together’ is our on-going commitment to do everything we can to help habitats and species under threat or on the brink of extinction altogether. By holding your event at the Clifton Pavilion, Bristol Zoo Gardens you will be supporting the important conservation and education work at Bristol Zoo and across the globe.
Call us on 0117 923 8332 or e-mail Hospitality@bristolzoo.org.uk for more information.
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