Your culture attendant: things to do in Nailsea

A THING TO DO TODAY

NAILSEA
Price: £15.99 (adult zoo entry)
Time: 10-20 mins
The Australian lorikeet parrots are probably the most colourful creatures in Bristol Zoo Gardens. So, even among many hundreds of animals, they shouldn't be too difficult to find. Track them down in the Zoo's Forest of Birds display, where you can feed them from 10am to 4.30pm. Cycle there to get in, er, cheap.
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NAILSEA
NORTH SOMERSET
51.43239, -2.75847


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