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Chester Zoo
Upton by Chester
Chester
Cheshire

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Visit world famous Chester Zoo
A wild day out for all!

With 110 acres to explore, there are 7,000 animals at the award winning Chester Zoo - voted one of the top zoos in the world and the UK's number one charity zoo.

From the magnificent elephants and rhinos to the delicate butterflies, there is a different animal to see around every corner.

With daily animal talks, events, themed play areas, coffee shops, a choice of restaurants and kiosks, there's something to suit everyone's tastes. Kids and grown ups will love the Zoofari monorail, it gives you a giraffe's eye view of the zoo. Or, take things a little easier and relax on the Waterbus.

New for 2011
See the arrival of Painted dogs from Easter!
Discover more about Dinosaurs when they come to visit in the summer
Get a head for heights with a zip wire course to challenge the brave hearted

Details

Nearest Train Station: Bache or Chester Central
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Months Open: All year round, open daily from 10am
Discount for Groups: Yes - 15+
Admission Price: Adults: 16.45
Children (3-15): 12.45
Family (2+2) 55.00
contact us for off-peak rates, prices vary with season
Catering: Restaurants and Kiosks

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Grosvenor Museum (0.11 miles)

Dewa Roman Experience (0.12 miles)

Stanley Palace (0.13 miles)

Chester Castle and Agricola Tower (0.13 miles)

Cheshire Military Museum (0.13 miles)

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