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Banham Zoo
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Eye to Eye with Animals!

Enjoy the ultimate fun filled day out at one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country. Rated amongst UK’s top three Zoos by WHICH?

Banham Zoo is set amongst 35 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens with innovative and exciting enclosures, providing sanctuary for almost 1000 animals ranging from big cats to birds of prey and siamangs to shire horses. There are plenty of educational animal feeding talks and displays throughout the day, one of the largest and most exciting Birds of Prey display in the UK, a free Safari roadtrain with its fascinating live commentary on some of the animals you will see, indoor soft play,Tarzan Towers adventure play area and an Activities & Education Centre and much more.

“Amazing Animals” A unique presentation that gives you the chance to see some remarkable animals up close! These 30 minute presentations takes you on a journey into the fascinating world of animal behaviour and provides an insight into the world we share with these amazing animals. (Easter to September)

Banham Zoo is open daily from 10am, for more information and admission rates visit our website or telephone.


Nearest UK Airport: Norwich
Months Open: All Year except Christmas Day & Boxing Day
Daily from 10am
Admission Price: Call for details
Catering: Restaurant, Café and Refreshments available

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