Kids go free to Noah's Ark Zoo Farm…

Jan 7, 2020 | MAIN FEED

kids feeding a giraffe at the zoo


It’s that time of year just after an indulgent Christmas when we all need to save a bit of money. So if you need to get the kids out and about this January, but are looking for cheaper things to do than usual, then maybe a trip to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm could be on the cards?


It’s been a while since I’ve taken Little Miss Diva (she’s nearing the teenage years now) but we’ve always had a fab day out whenever we’ve been as you can spend an entire afternoon petting the animals and having outdoorsy type fun. And until February 14, one child goes free with every paying adult. 


This offer is only available online and you need to input voucher code FREECHILD to receive your free child ticket. Simply add an adult and a child ticket to your basket, choose your date then add the voucher code before checkout to receive one free child ticket (aged 2-16) per full paying adult. The farm isn’t open on Sundays but pop along any other day to see their new giraffe calf and zebra foal! 


I love Bristol because there’s so much to see and do but if you’re a tourist you may want to check out this guide to what’s on in our wonderful city. Every School holiday I publish a post on the best free & affordable things to do with the kids and the February issue is due out soon so watch this space!

  • One free child per full paying adult

  • Online offer only

  • Valid from 2nd January 2020 -14th February 2020

  • Offer not valid in conjunction with any other offer

  • Not valid as part of a family ticket

Don’t forget to like Broke in Bristol – & beyond on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! More from Broke in Bristol:


11 ways to save £1,000 over the next year.


Big savings at local businesses with Bristol’s new discount card.


How to save £140 and keep the family warm this winter.



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Jackie Annett

Welcome to my website. My name is Jackie Annett and I've lived in this wonderful city for many years. I'm a single mum to fourteen-year-old Little Miss Diva and for the last 20 years, I've been working as a journalist, magazine editor and blogger.

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