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Bristol Zoo Gardens

Max Capacity 300
Bristol Zoological Society is a conservation & educational charity which runs and operates Bristol Zoo Gardens and Wild Place Project. The Clifton Pavilion can offer the perfect venue for any occasion. Built in the 1920’s, the building's graceful architecture offers elegant rooms with beautiful views overlooking the west lawn and flamingos.
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Meeting & Event Room Capacities Reception Theatre Boardroom U Shape Din/Dance Cab Lunch/Dinner
Clifton Suite 120 120 50 50 120 90 120
Lecture Theatre - 119 - - - - -
Council Room 20 - 22 - 22 - 22
Garden Room 120 120 50 50 90 65 90
Members Room - 15 12 - - - 12
The Aquarium 100 - - - - - -
The Reptile House 100 - - - - - -
Wild Place Project - (See tab for more details) 22 22 - - - - 22
The Hide 300 - - - - - 300
  • Nearest train

    Clifton Down 0.5 Miles

  • Car Parking

    Onsite (250 spaces)

    Cost: 4

  • Nearest Junction

    M32 JCT 3 2.4 Miles

  • Nearest Airports

    Bristol International Airport

    Airport 6.4 Miles

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Accommodation

Many of our venues have strong relationships with local hotels to provide accommodation for events they host. Our central sales team can also assist with larger group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Equipment

  • Flipcharts
  • Internet Connection Cable
  • LCD/Data Projector
  • PA System
  • Back Projection Kit
  • Video
  • Computer Equipment
  • Sound Equipment

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Facilities & Leisure

  • Wedding Licence
  • Lake
  • Lawns

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Case study

We know it’s important that you have confidence in our ability to deliver exceptional events. What better way to do this than with case studies of previous events. We are working on case studies for this venue. We always love to hear from our customers and get their feedback, so if you have some feedback, please contact us.

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Overview

The venue has both formal entertaining areas within the Pavilion building which is managed by Bristol Zoo Hospitality and can offer large entertaining rooms, small boardroom style spaces and a fully fitted lecture theatre.

In addition to these spaces, it is possible to hire the entire zoo grounds for an evening complete with private viewings of the animal houses. These are popular for large staff parties or summer performances.

Ever wondered what it’s like to have the zoo all to yourself? Wonder no more. The Lodge, Bristol Zoo’s new luxury accommodation, offers the unique style of a secluded safari lodge, with exotic animals just outside your window.

Share in an amazing experience as you and your guests enjoy exclusive access to the Zoo when all is quiet. The real adventure begins when you are invited to go behind-the-scenes and meet some of the Zoo’s best loved animals when everyone else has gone home.

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