Zoos and Wildlife Parks near Northamptonshire

Hamerton Zoological Park
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Hamerton Zoological Park
There's more than just seeing our collection of animals Play Areas We also have 2 play areas, one for babies and toddlers and the other for older children. Both get a "thumbs up" from all that play. Picnic and Gardens The new covered picnic areas and gardens gives you a great area to relax and enjoy the snacks...
Woburn Abbey and Gardens
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Woburn Abbey and Gardens
For an amazing family day out, go on a safari drive adventure in the heart of Bedfordshire! Come to Woburn Safari Park and meet the wildlife roaming in over 300 acres of beautiful parkland. Enjoy a full day of family fun for one low ticket price. Park for free in the leisure area and walk through our animal encounters, where you'll see...
Woburn Safari Park
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Woburn Safari Park
Head off on your own Safari adventure Woburn Safari Park offers the chance to visit the animals of the wild plains, jungles and savannahs of Africa, without leaving the country! Head off on an adventure on the Road Safari to see endangered and exotic animals, including beautiful tigers, lions, rhino, giraffes, monkeys and many ...
Rutland Water Butterfly Farm
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Rutland Water Butterfly Farm
The Butterfly Farm is now closed to the public. For all school bookings please phone for details. Rutland Water Butterfly Farm: The largest tropical house in the area, 5,000 sq ft of walk through jungle with free flying tropical butterflies and birds. Iguana lizards. Ponds with Koi carp and terrapins. 'Twilight Zone' insect...
ZSL Whipsnade Zoo - Dunstable
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ZSL Whipsnade Zoo - Dunstable
Whipsnade is home to over 2,500 wild animals many of which are free to wander in large paddocks, emulating their natural habitat. Lions, tigers, rhinos and bears can be seen in almost natural conditions. A full-size steam railway takes visitors past rare breeds such as the White Rhino and Przewalski's horses. Visitors may also drive their own...
Twycross Zoo - Atherstone
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Twycross Zoo - Atherstone
Twycross Zoo is now renowned as a World Primate Centre and has a wide variety of monkeys and apes including the UK’s only group of bonobos. We have breeding groups of many endangered primate species so we often have babies and toddlers playing around in our great ape groups, and in many of our monkey groups. We also hold a range of other...
Tiggywinkles - Aylesbury
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Tiggywinkles - Aylesbury
Caring for sick and injured hedgehogs, badgers, wild birds, foxes, even reptiles and amphibians Every year in Britain over five million wild animals and birds are injured as a direct result of their encounters with man's world. We are a specialist hospital, dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating all species of British wildlife using all...
Shepreth Wildlife Park
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Shepreth Wildlife Park
The Wildlife Park first started as a private wild animal sanctuary in 1979, when a young injured jackdaw was brought to us to look after. 'Jack' recovered and soon became one of the family. Since that time we have adopted many other injured victims and have hand reared countless orphaned animals such as foxes, hedgehogs, squirrels, rabbits, deer,...
Drayton Manor Park - Tamworth
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Drayton Manor Park - Tamworth
Drayton Manor Family Theme Park is one of the oldest parks in the country where families can enjoy a day of excitement and adventure. Originally billed fifty years ago, in 1949, by George Bryan as an 'Inland Pleasure Resort', the park is still to this day 'Family Run for Family Fun'. With loads of fantastic rides to keep you thrilled throughout...
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
Located on Pershore Road, two miles south of Birmingham City Centre, the Birmingham Nature Centre homes a wide range of animals, both European and from across the world. These animals include many charismatic and exciting species like Red Pandas, Meerkats, Lemurs and Otters. The centre has a wide collection of endangered reptiles, and it plays an...
Birdland Park and Gardens - Bourton on the Water
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Birdland Park and Gardens - Bourton on the Water
Birdland was first established in 1957 and was sited in the centre of Bourton.The current location was a trout farm and prior to that a Poplar Tree plantation There are still over 150 trees which create a high canopy for the River Windrush and enclosure. Birdland is a natural setting inhabited by over 500 birds; Flamingos, pelicans,...
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
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Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
Get involved with the animals and feed the penguins or become a Keeper for the day click here Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian Manor House and has been open to the public since 1970. The Park is home to a fascinating and varied collection of mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates...
Crocodiles of the World - Brize Norton
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Crocodiles of the World - Brize Norton
Crocs of the World is here for you to experience a broad selection of crocodiles, alligators and caimans from all over the world: with over 100 individuals representing 14 different crocodilian species. A new experience for our visitors, Crocodiles of the World recently moved into a new home near Brize Norton approximately 3.4 miles from Burford....
Mole Hall Wildlife Park - Walden
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Mole Hall Wildlife Park - Walden
 Mole Hall Wildlife Park was first opened to the public in 1963 and now covers over 20 acres of grounds and gardens, which surround the original moated manor house (private), which dates from 1287. The collection of animals and birds contains many exotic species including otters, flamingos, sarus cranes,  primates (including...
Linton Zoological Gardens
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Linton Zoological Gardens
At Linton Zoo emphasis is on conservation and education, while providing an enjoyable family day out. There is a wealth of rare and exotic creatures to see including Tigers, Lions, Tapirs, Lemurs, Binturongs, Owls, Parrots, Giant Tortoises, Tarantula Spiders and many others. Set in 16 acres of beautiful gardens with plenty of picnic areas and a...
Linton Zoo -  Cambridge
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Linton Zoo - Cambridge
Linton has a large number of the big cats and form part of the zoo breeding program where you can see infants and adult varieties! Hosting a big variety of other species and animals for the kids to view! Linton Zoo has evolved out of our family's love, interest and concern for the wildlife of the world. In January 1972 we moved from Bishops...
Paradise Wildlife Park - Broxbourne
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Paradise Wildlife Park - Broxbourne
Paradise Wildlife Park is a privately owned establishment with the conservation of animals as it's main objective. The Sampson Family have owned the site for 21 years and have built a reputable Animal Park and Leisure Venue that is enjoyed by generations of local families. Not only does the Park serve the local community by offering employment,...
This section lists zoos in Northamptonshire 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 Northamptonshire vicinity and you are on the lookout for a fun day out then why don't you take the your family to the nearest zoo. With so much to see and do, a day out to the zoo will be the ideal outing for families of all age groups.  From Grandad to tots, aunties and uncles, a visit to the zoo is superb fun time for all the house. The day out to your nearby zoo near Northamptonshire is equally instructional and informative, and will leave you with a lasting impression.  The wildlife on show will be made up of numerous varieties of extremely rare, unique and endangered creatures. Getting close up to one of the larger wildlife  for example , elephants or even lions is an outstanding encounter. there are a large number of varied types of avian species to discover at a zoo such as buzzards and flamingos. Various zoos have a reptile house so you can easily see wildlife such as extremely venomous snakes such as adders. The diverse range of mammals shall be on exhibit for instance monkeys not to mention kangaroos. From the lakes and also oceans of our world you will find lots of impressive species of fish to see like moral eels. Diverse and colourful marine life for example lobsters are definitely brilliant to discover. Amphibians for example frogs will always be intriguing for young children of all ages to examine. The zoo is actually a location in which living wildlife are kept to be displayed and studied. The actual title is actually a popular type of zoological garden, and many zoos are gardens or parks containing structures and other enclosures. Zoos generally keep only untamed wildlife, many of these coming from distant countries. However, a number of zoos house domestic wildlife such as deer and goats to display to city little ones who may have no opportunity to pay a visit to farms. Children's zoos are sometimes incorporated in zoological gardens. They might have areas where kids can look at small wildlife, and at times now have places where kids may pet and feed tame wildlife.  Zoos are additionally crucial centres of wildlife preservation. Many zoos breed endangered animals, several of which are no longer found in the wild.