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Welcome to the Virtual Educational Visits page!


I have a belief that it is important that our worlds are as big as possible. Never has this been more important as now when we have severe restrictions on when we can go out and where we can go.


With this in mind, I have started this page . . . there are so many exciting things to do and see and so many amazing places to visit just at the press of a button.


I have organised the page into sections so you can click areas that interest you.

Friday 26th June


Good morning!

Today we have updates on our local Farms, Wildlife Parks and Zoos . . . 


















Bristol Zoo





Cotswold Farm Park




Saturday 4th July


10.30am to 5.00pm


Visitors are asked to pre-book their visit

There is a choice of arrival times for each day and visitors are asked to arrive and enter the park within their chosen time slot



Toilets will be open and cleaned regularly


Takeaway food and drinks will be available at the park


Visitors are welcome to take picnics and there is designated seating


All of the normal farm park activities will be open, except for indoor play and Farm Safari


Cotswold Wildlife Park



Wednesday 17th June


Cotswold Wildlife Park has been very busy since re-opening so queuing is to be expected.



Cotswold Wildlife Park is open every day of the year except Christmas Day


10am to 6pm

(Last admission 4pm)



Visitors are encouraged to purchase e-tickets (include link) to minimise cash handling These are cheaper than buying tickets on gate, but cannot be bought on day of visit

They can be bought online up until midnight of day before visit



Toilets and hand washing facilities will be open

Please use consideration when using these Please respect social distancing guidance at all times


Kiosks open as normal.


Self-serve cafeteria likely to remain closed until end of June due to a national shortage of Perspex and other suitable screening and PPE


As always, visitors are welcome to take picnics to enjoy in the parkland and gardens



All indoor exhibits will remain closed at the moment, including Madagascar and the Tropical House


Shop likely to remain closed until end of June

(Same reason as self-serve cafeteria)






Monday 15th June

(Drive Through Safari Park)

Open to all visitors


10am to 5pm

(Safari last entry 4pm)


Pre-book online

(50p booking fee, money going to good causes)


Tickets sold on first come first served basis


Toilet facilities within the Safari Park will be continuously staffed and disinfected


Additional hand washing and sanitising facilities available


Usual food and drink outlets will be closed


A takeaway food and drink offering will be available at the beginning of the Safari experience


Thursday 25th June and Friday 26th June

Walkaround Animal Areas open to Annual Pass Holders Only


Saturday 27th June

Walkaround Animal Areas open to all visitors



Roves Farm




(Find Roves Farm Walks in the Farms, Wildlife Parks and Zoos section)



Studley Grange

Butterfly World Farm Park and Zoo








Happy exploring!