Not only is Chester Zoo a wonderful place to visit in person but an amazing place to visit from your home. With lots of live feeds of animals every day and heaps of fun activities to make and do at home to help build your own little habitat for animals in your garden.
The Natural History Museum is an insight to the world of dinosaurs as well as our whole planet, the animals, bugs and plants that live here now and in the past. With fascinating virtual tours, activities and projects to get involved with at home.
Enjoy a day out at Knowsley Safari….a great day to drive or walk around the park and watch animals in a natural habitat.
Take a look at how you can enjoy the park when you have a disability or need accessibility information.
Colchester Zoo is an amazing place to experience animals in a more natural setting, in beautiful countryside, you can take your time going around the park, see them being fed at the daily feeding sessions.
Check here for accessibility information…https://www.colchester-zoo.com/access/
Exploring Marwell Zoo is a fabulous day out with hundreds of animals to watch, a park train, daily talks and feeding the animals time.
Spitalfields City Farm provides a taste of the countryside in the centre of London. Lots to see and do and the opportunity to give children and young people a taste of farm life.
Edinburgh Zoo is home to over 1000 species including many rare or endangered animals, birds and insects. Set in beautiful Scottish countryside it’s more than just a trip to the zoo!
This amazing centre isn’t just a place to see amazing monkeys and primates but educates all of us about the important world wide work they do rescuing endangered or at risk monkeys and primates as well as so much information about how they live, play, interact and much much more. All of Monkey World is accessible apart from the Woodland Walk and you can even get married there….sign me up!
There are so many ways to enjoy the fascinating animals and attractions at Woburn Safari Park, from driving round the park or walking around the animal trail to experiencing the park at tree top height at the Go Ape experience in the Leisure Park. You can even stay overnight and Woburn have created many ways that the park is both accessible and inclusive for all visitors.
West Midlands Safari Park hosts an amazing animal experience…You can drive around this beautiful park and witness all the species this planet has to offer in one place. They have many other attractions and a great accessibility awareness scheme so that everyone is included.