Bristol Zoo is a standard bearer of animal care and customer enjoyment for wildlife parks across the UK. The oldest provincial zoo in the world, the compact site has remained at the forefront of animal welfare throughout its 175 year history and embraced modern viewing innovations such as ZooRopia.
Holidaymakers wishing to enjoy the peerless charms of Bristol Zoo are best staying at one of the excellent hotels in Bristol city centre. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Bristol is just a short drive from the airport and provides guests with stunningly designed rooms that overlook the crystal clear beauty of the historic heart of the city.
Visiting Bristol Zoo
Bristol Zoo has a number of diverse animal enclosures to display its exceptional range of species. The Seal and Penguin Coasts are two of the most visited parts of the zoo, with a series of underwater panels and observation towers allowing tourists to observe these magnificent creatures in their natural element.
Gorilla Island is another popular visitor attraction where animal lovers can view these powerful primates playing and patrolling their very own part of Bristol Zoo.
As well as staging daily animal displays, Bristol Zoo is also deeply involved in conservation work. The zoo has led the way in animal breeding, holding the honour of successfully rearing Britain's first black rhino.
Staying in Bristol
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Bristol is ideally located to allow guests to easily visit many of the city's best attractions during their holiday. As well as being the tallest hotel in Bristol, holidaymakers can dine at the fabulous Filini Italian restaurant and enjoy a relaxing on-site drink in the elegant bar.