Child (£6), Adult (£16), or Family (£41) Ticket to WOMAD Festival at Bristol Zoo (Up to 54% Off)
- Tickets to World of Music, Arts, and Dance festival at Bristol Zoo
- International world music acts
- Workshops, stalls, and real ale
- 12 acre conservational zoo park
- Adult, child, or family ticket to the WOMAD festival at Bristol Zoo
- Extra day entry to use between 1 July and 31 December 2012
- Zoo talks and demonstrations
- Childrens play area available
- Animals like lions and meerkats, plus butterfly forest and bugs
Additional entry ticket valid 1 July to 31 December 2012. May buy multiple. No booking required; bring voucher to entrance to redeem. Child ticket is valid for ages 3-14; children under 3 enter for free and do not require ticket for WOMAD; under 5s enter for free to zoo but require ticket for WOMAD via www.bristolzoo.org.uk/forms/womad-child-under-5. Family ticket is valid for 2 adults and 2 children. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Festival line up to be confirmed. Festival takes place 6pm-11pm. Valid on purchased option only.
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Going to the zoo can be awkward if you don't like animals, but that may just be the elephant in the room . Monkey around with today’s Groupon from Bristol Zoo. Choose from the following options:• £6 for a child ticket to the WOMAD festival plus additional standard ticket zoo entry ticket (54% off)
• £16 for an adult ticket to the WOMAD festival plus additional standard zoo entry ticket (52% off)
• £41 for a family ticket for two adults and two children to the WOMAD festival plus additional standard zoo entry tickets (51% off)
About the event
In a symphony of sing songs, expressive arts, and animals, the World of Music, Arts, and Dance mini festival celebrates creative forces from around the world within the 12 acres of Bristol Zoo. Musicians from all corners of the world will grace the stage in an explosion of melodic diversity, while workshops get children in to the beat, and grown-ups can sip on some local real ale. The one-off evening event is tailored to be family friendly, granting guests a peek at some of the zoo’s moonlight dwellers alongside a global bazaar selling worldly goodies, and plenty of opportunities to stretch their dancing muscles.
Having taken in the park by night, visitors can also collect a standard entrance ticket to use at any point during the following six months. Furry residents like Asiatic lions and red pandas abound, as the butterfly forest offers an experience of colourful fluttering, and the bug world offers a peek at a not-so-cuddly array of invertebrates. Talk and feeding times throughout the day offer insight in to the zoo’s conservational commitments, while a stroll around the gardens provides international botanicals, and kids can get impersonating in the adventure playground.
WOMAD festival on 30 June 2012
Gates open 6pm
Festival ends approx. 11pm
Redeem voucher at entrance
Bus number 8 and 9 from Temple Meads Station
Additional tickets to use between 1 July and 31 December 2012
Park open 9am-5.30pm until 31 October 21, and until 5pm thereafter
Child ticket valid for ages 3-14
Under 3s go free
All children must be accompanied by an adult
Food available on site, picnics are permitted
Bristol Zoo has earnt many a fine review, and is rated 4/5 by TripAdvisors. Reviewers heap praise upon the variety of animals, and the quality of facilities and educational materials. In addition, the zoo has over 6000 Facebook Likes, and is also active on Twitter.
A great Zoo. Fantastic up-to-date information for both kids and adults. Plenty to see and do. Food and drink available and lots of toilet facilities for the disabled and babies.
– clartst, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012
This is the best zoo we have been to. There's great variety of animals and the enclosures are all different. We were there for approx 5 hours and didn't get to see everything! The rope jungle is great fun for those who don't mind heights and we especially loved the tunnels under the seal and penguin pools.
– Tina M, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012