In the neighborhood of St Werburghs and on the North of inner-city of Bristol is the little wooded and grassy ridge dissected by railway lines called Narroways Hill. Narrow has several attractions, including parks, museums, and many more. Learn more here.
Narroways Millennium Green Nature Reserve
Narroways Millennium Green Nature Reserve is located at Mina Road in Werburghs. You can get specular views across the city in this site with a nature reserve of a wooded and grassy ridge split by railway cuttings. The community orchard has the support of this site and a wide range of semi-natural habitats like woodland, wildflower meadow, hedgerows, and scrub. While admission is free, the place is open to the public at all times. Though no toilet is available, you can access café facilities in the opening hours at nearby St Werburghs City Farm. Learn more about Tours and Activities in St. Andrew.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm
As a home for the big zoo animals, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm features spectacled bears, giant anteater, lions, giraffes, white rhinos, and African elephants. Set in 100 acres of Somerset countryside, it will amaze you to see a wide range of more than 100 species of animals. The zoo also features a sandpit, outdoor trampolines, Ark for all-inclusive play, elephant slide, termite mound play zone, zip wire, and Wallaby Hill play area. You can bring your food to the zoo if you like to pack a picnic.