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Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife Park

Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife ParkPixash Lane off Bath Road
BS31 1TP
Telephone: 0117 986 4929


Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, based between Bristol and Bath gives your kids a fantastic opportunity to get close and learn more about all types of British breeds and wildlife, from foxes to rare Black pigs.

Our daily animal handling sessions, pony grooming, and the pig race will get your kids excited as they learn more about animals.
Whatever the weather you and your kids can enjoy the 90 acres of beautiful British countryside, outdoor adventure play with the infamous Big Red Slide, Riverside Safari walk where you can meet a wide range of animals from Rhea to Shire horses, Boating Lake, Tractor and Miniature Train rides, the indoor animal barn with handling sessions running throughout the day, indoor play barn with the Toddler Village, and undercover toddler soft play too.
Throughout the year, we hold a wide range of events, from Camping Weekend and Bonfire Night to the ultimate scare experience, FEAR, at Halloween and the breathtaking Christmas experience including Santa’s Grotto through December.
Schools, Groups and Corporate parties, Birthday parties and more all catered for. We have marquees and BBQs available to hire. Visit our website or call us on 0117 9864929 for more details.
Learn more about the Park, prices, opening times, and what else we have to offer through the link or on our social media page!

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It may be worth checking out Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife Park's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.


We do strongly suggest you contact Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife Park before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.

Opening Times

2016 Opening Details:
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 6pm
(5.30pm in the Winter)
Open all week long in school holidays!


"I'm hungry"

Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park have an onsite Cafe, Jen’s Diner and kiosk.

healthy food

Jen’s Diner offers a wide variety of food options suitable for most diets. All allergens are available on request from Jen’s Diner.

"Can I have one of those?"

From jet balls to jams, there is a wide range of gifts for all ages.

"i need a wee"

Standard and disabled toilets with toddler loo seats. Baby changing rooms also available.

and baby come too...

We have two baby changing facilities to be utilised.


"are we there yet?"

You can find Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park just off the A4 Bath Road on Pixash Lane between Bristol and Bath, BS31 1TP. You can reach us on any Bristol to Bath bus (X39). We are based not far from Ellsbridge House (Snapdragons Nursery) in Saltford.

...got any top tips?

Pack a pair of socks so you can all have a go on the big slides. Bring a pair of wellies to explore the whole site. Most surfaces throughout the Park are flat, suitable for wheelchairs or buggies. Disabled toilets are available. Registered carers enter for free (proof required). Assistance dogs admitted.

Prices & Admission

2016 Prices:
Peak (weekends and school holidays)
Adult - £8.50
Child (2-16) - £9.00
Group: over 20 people, 10%
Family: group of 4 people £32 (peak rate)
Babies admitted free! £2 for under 2s that can walk.


What are people saying?

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Our first visit to the park

Even though it Was very cold yeaterday we had a Great family day out at the wildlife park where my daughter loved the rabbits and other animals and getting Up close to them. What let the place down was the lady that showed us the toutouis, who was not very friendly, especially towards the cHildren that were asking her questions. She looked like she did not want to be there. also the sofy play neEds a good clean but all That a Side, we enjoyed our visit.

Reviewed by Bnaunton on 17/02/2016

Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife ParkPixash Lane off Bath Road
BS31 1TP
Telephone: 0117 986 4929