- Parks and Playgrounds
- Petting Zoos
- Activity Centres
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Set in beautiful countryside, Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife Park is where nature, adventure and education all come together!
Wandering through the park you’ll immediately spot the huge indoor and outdoor adventure play areas that’ll bring out the Indiana Jones in parents as well as children! Jump down the drop slides, climb, scramble, swing and fly along the zip wire. Don’t use up all your energy though as there’s a lot more to see! Visit the array of animals – from the exotic to the familiar on the riverside experience, which is a 1-¼ circuit of nature at its best.
At pets corner you’ll get to cuddle your favourite furry friends from rabbits to guinea pigs. If it’s more adventure you’re after try and climb the boulder wall or have a go on a quad bike. There’s a sand pit area, train and tractor rides, crazy golf and even a spot of boating if you want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the lake!
A great day out with activities for all ages!
- Café that serves freshly made food
- Falconry displays during the summer months
- Seasonal events
- Restaurant Onsite
- Onsite Shop
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Pixash Lane off Bath Road, Keynsham, Bristol, Somerset and Bristol, BS31 1TP, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:30
Kids (2-16): £9.00
Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park have an onsite Cafe, Jen's Diner and kiosk.
Standard and disabled toilets with toddler loo seats. Baby changing rooms also available.
From jet balls to jams, there is a wide range of gifts for all ages.
Baby food facilities
There are two baby changing facilities to be utilised.
Our first visit to the park
Written by Anonymous . 17.02.16
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.