Worth a trip for sure, don't be put of by other reviews. Tickets came to £31 for 2 of us which is very reasonable. We were given a Panda viewing time when buying the entrance tickets. The pandas are an amazing experience, the staff are very knowledgeable with the pandas and seem really proud and passionate of whole panda revival. Very interesting to hear about the programme. The rest of the zoo is worth the admission fee as there are a large variety of animals on show and you can see a lot is being developed and improved for the next year (i.e.. penguin tank). I will be back to see the changes time and time again. Don't worry about the big cats, the lions and tigers have plenty of room in their enclosures, but the jaguars and leopard could do with bigger enclosures but they had everything they needed in there. I noticed no cruelty to the animals and all the keepers seem passionate with their work. The monkey house is incredible and the chimpanzee building again is world class. This zoo is one to watch if the development keeps going. Its hard to compare to Chester as they have much more land so I advise you to visit yourself and support Scotland's' zoo and support the breeding programme to increase endangered species in the wild.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.