Wildwalk-at-Bristol

Wildscreen-at-Bristol opened in June 2000. It stands adjacent to a curved Botanical House with a walk-through living rain forest. Attractions include moving and three-dimensional images, free-flying birds and butterflies, and a giant four-storey IMAX cinema. Visitors can watch films and attend talks and workshops. A digital storehouse of natural history images and sound is open to the public. This is suitably located in Bristol, as the city is the centre of the wildlife film industry.

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Address : 

Anchor

Price:

12.05 £ (children 7.70 £)

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