Facilities & Accessibility

Welcome to Avon Valley & Adventure Wildlife Park!  There is so much to do whatever the weather with indoor and outdoor fun and adventure for all the family!

Click to read our Facilities and Accessibility Statement

We have on site the Woodland Cafe providing food, drinks and snacks, and a beautifully stocked Gift Shop for a memento of your day.  We have a selection of vegetarian and vegan food on most days and are able to cater for gluten free diets.  If you would like to discuss any dietary requirement ahead of your visit, please contact catering@avonvalley.co.uk with as much notice as possible.  The catering team on site during your visit will also be happy to help.

A toilet block with hand washing facilities is provided near the main entrance, which is close to the Play Barn for convenience, with unisex toilets, baby changing areas, and a disabled toilet.  Our disabled toilet is not fully accessible but we hope to have one in place in the future so please keep checking our website for updates.

We are a completely non-smoking site. Please respect this and only smoke in the designated area in our Car Park.

Wheelchair and Pushchair users will find our ground fairly flat, if sometimes a little bumpy!

You may wish to bring some cash for extra coin-operated activities located across the site. We do have a cash machine on site run by NoteMachine and charges £1.50 for each use.

As a animal-based park we ask you wash your hands before eating and drinking, please remember to wash your hands using hot water and soap each time after touching an animal. Hand washing facilities are based across the site. We advise if pregnant not to touch some of our animals or visit the animal contact area during lambing season. More information relating to this can be found on the NHS Website.

We offer outdoor picnic areas across our site. We ask that you do not bring hot food on to site.

The park can be busy at weekends and in school holidays. Throughout the day we play music and make announcements over the tannoy system. Whilst the play areas can be loud when busy the park is spacious and it is usually easy to find a quiet area outside.

With the help of The Autism Page we have developed a visual guide to visiting Avon Valley.  The guide is designed to help young children, customers with autism and sensory needs to prepare for their visit.  Click on this link to download a copy of a Visual Guide to Visiting Avon Valley.

We understand that everyone has different needs so please do get in touch if we can help you with any requirements you may have. You can contact us by phone 0117 986 4929 or email info@avonvalley.co.uk.

A map of our site, showing where activities and facilities are based:

Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park Map

Click to read our Facilities and Accessibility Statement