Great zoo loads of animals with good enclosures. 2nd only to Chester Zoo in my opinion.
Expect a fair bit of walking and it's not all flat ground either our little one (18 months) struggled a bit walking up some of the hills, however that was to be expected.
big range of animals we had to rush around a little to get to see it all! It you have the time to catch a talk do so because they are very informative the staff know a lot about the animals and clearly care for them. One woman who spoke to us about the cheetah was particularly great.
One last little bit of praise for this zoo goes to the information boards. My favourite from the zoos we've visited across the country. It has a great little bit that shows how endangered the animals are as well as info on habitats etc. For all the big animals there are boards showing the sign language for that animal making it much more fun for all children and it's great to see a zoo include sign language.
Worth a visit and more than worth the cost of entry, bring a picnic plenty of places to stop and eat. Oh also this is a good zoo whatever the weather plenty of natural and man made cover.
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