Zoos and Wildlife Parks near Lancashire

Blackpool Zoo
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Blackpool Zoo
Just two miles from the famous sea-front, the AWARD WINNING Blackpool Zoo provides a home to over 1500 animals from all over the world. The Zoo provides new standards of animal care and aims to provide a stimulating, informative and enjoyable experience that demonstrates its role in the conservation of endangered species. Come on in and take a...
Croxteth Hall and County Park - Liverpool
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Croxteth Hall and County Park - Liverpool
Children and adults will enjoy the sights and sounds of country life! Get close to all the animals (cows, pigs, horses, sheep, etc) on a real working farm. See the traditional Victorian farmyard, home to an important collection of rare farm breeds of the past. Also learn about modern farming, watch our livestock grazing in the...
Knowsley Safari Park - Merseyside
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Knowsley Safari Park - Merseyside
Knowsley Safari Park has a five mile safari drive with animals roaming freely throughout their large enclosures.  In the safari drive you are in the cage (your car) and the animals a free.  In the safari drive you will see Lions, tigers, hunting dogs, bison, wildebeest, camel, white rhino, Knowsley Safari Park's infamous baboons and many...
Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
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Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
THE LITTLE ZOO WITH LOTS TO DO! Join us on an evolutionary journey spanning over 300,000,000 years, following the development of life on Earth – from magic molecules to mischievous monkeys! We are home to a unique and exciting blend of exotic wildlife and interactive hands-on displays, which makes learning about our amazing animals fun for...
South Lakes Safari Zoo
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South Lakes Safari Zoo
Probably Britain's best conservation park, with unique close-up encounters available nowhere else in UK! Animals from Africa, Americas, Asia, etc include tigers, giraffes, rhinos, shop, restaurant, picnic area, miniature steam railway. Today this zoo plays a vital role and is committed to education and conservation.  It has been calculated...

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Chester Zoo
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Chester Zoo
Where do we start? With our 21,000 animals and over 500 different species, in 125 acres of award-winning zoological gardens? With the 1.4 million people who come to visit every year? Or with the many conservation projects we’re involved with, at home and abroad?   Founded in 1934 the North of England Zoological Society is the...
Cathedral Falconry & Nature Gardens
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Cathedral Falconry & Nature Gardens
The beautiful cathedral gardens now play host to one of the most amazing aerial displays imaginable. This family attraction offers you the chance to see some of the most spectacular birds of prey, right up close, right here in Chester city centre. Come meet our reptiles who visit our centre on certain dates over the school holidays and various...

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The Welsh Mountain Zoo
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The Welsh Mountain Zoo
The completion of a new £100,000 Condor Haven at the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay has led to the creation of a unique project between conservationists in Ecuador and Wales. The project, titled Condor Huasi, (translating into “House of the Condor” from the native Indian Quichua language), is a wildlife conservation and...
Peak Wildlife Park - Winkhill
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Peak Wildlife Park - Winkhill
Get up-close and personal with three brand new immersive animal walk-throughs. Inspire your kids and let them come face to face with lemurs, penguins, wallabies and much more! Our large walkthroughs allow you to come face to face with exotic and endangered animals from across three continents. Whether you love lemurs, have a passion for penguins...
This section lists zoos in Lancashire so if you would like to take the little monkeys to the zoo please see our list below. Some of the zoos listed maybe wildlife parks, or petting farms, these zoos have a varied selection of animals for viewing.  there are lions and you can sometimes drive through the paddocks and view them from the comfort of your car. there are also baboons and monkeys which can be fun to watch. Or there are elephants, giraffes and other African and Indian animals. A lot of zoos have collections of insects and birds and also water creatures, all in all a trip out to the zoo is an educational experience for your children.

If you are living in the Lancashire vicinity and you are wanting to find for a perfect family day out then why don't you take the loved ones to your local zoo. With so much to see and do, a trip to the zoo will be the great day trip for families of all ages.  From Grandad to tots, aunties and uncles, a visit to the zoo is terrific fun for all of the friends and family.

A visit to your nearest zoo near Lancashire is both enlightening and informative, and will leave you with a long lasting impression.  The creatures on show will be made up of several species of very rare, exotic and endangered creatures. Getting close up to one of the bigger animals  such as rhinoceros as well as lions is an unique experience. You will find a lot of varied types of wild birds to see at a zoo like condors and wading birds. Many zoos have a reptile house so you view creatures including highly poisonous snakes such as adders. A wide range of mammals shall be on exhibit for example bears as well as otters. From the streams and also ponds of our planet there are lots of remarkable fish to see like butterfly fish. Varied and amazing underwater life for example coral are definitely wonderful to discover. Amphibians such as salamanders are fascinating for boys and girls of all ages to examine.

A zoo is a place in which living creatures are housed to be exhibited and studied. The title is a popular type of zoological garden, and a good number of zoos are landscapes or parks that contains buildings and other enclosures. Zoos usually look after only untamed creatures, many of them from remote nations around the world. However, a number of zoos exhibit indigenous creatures such as cows and goats to display to city little ones that have no chance to go see farms. Kid's zoos are occasionally included in zoological gardens. They may have nurseries where youngsters can view young creatures, and at times have sections where kids may pet and feed tame creatures.  Zoos are definitely important centres for wildlife preservation. A lot of zoos breed endangered species, some of which are no longer found in the wild..