It is a good to be able to see the animals that close though it may take a bit of glossing over to ensure that little children do not get to freaked out as to how they came to be stuffed.
It does get busy but it is a great and free experience.
Parking can be tricky but there is a car park less than ten minutes away with the first hour free. Also, there are a nice range of local eating places too.
It hosts the Wildlife Photographer of the Year after it has been in London, so if that is your thing look out for that. Also, does a great range of activities in school holidays.
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