Animal houses and exhibits
Please note that some of the usual attractions at the zoo remain closed for your safety and to comply with Government guidelines.
The following exhibits remain open, but please be advised that some restrictions will be in place for your safety. Please download our map for more details.
The African Savannah is home to a variety of species which mimics the large migratory herds that travel across the savannas of Africa. See wildebeest, nyala antelope and zebra, to learn more about these beautiful animals.
Visit the Madagascan Walkthrough which is home to vasa parrots, Madagascan lovebirds and crowned lemurs. Please note that for your safety, we will be restricting the number of guests in this exhibit at any one time.
The Village Farm is one of the most popular exhibits with lots of familiar faces that children especially love. Pygmy goats, pigs, rabbits, guinea pigs and ducks are the loveable characters to meet at the farm. The little ones will love this. They can walk amongst the goats and make sure you say 'hi' to Holly and Cracker! Please note that there will be some restrictions in this exhibit – please see signage for more details.
Toad Hall features an interesting array of amphibians, including oriental fire-bellied toads, fire salamanders and great crested newts - a species indigenous to Great Britain. This walkthrough exhibit highlights the plight of amphibians and how you can help us protect them for future generations.
Gems of the Jungle
An ehxibit showcasing south east Asian songbirds. Walk in to this free flying bird exhibit and immerse yourself in the south east Asian jungle. Take a seat on the bench and watch these beautiful birds fly around you whilst learning about the plight of song birds in the wild and how threatened they are. Please note that for your safety, we will be restricting the number of guests in this exhibit at any one time.
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