UK Zoos with Emu

Are you trying to discover where you can see a Emu in a UK Zoo? Browse through the list of zoos below currently in the UK Zoos database as having Emus. Although this list is not 100% comprehensive it will at least give you a good start. If you know of other UK Zoos with Emu, then please contact me and the site will be updated to include your suggestion.

Displaying 1 - 12 of 12 zoos/ aquariums
  • Banham Zoo Banham Zoo logo Norfolk

    Banham Zoo! Is an award winning attraction with over 2,000 animals from around the world. 

  • Battersea Park Children's Zoo Battersea Park Children's Zoo logo London

    The farm animals just enjoy your company, the donkeys and Bianca the Shetland pony wander over for a pat and the Kune Kune pigs just love a good tickle. 

  • Curraghs Wildlife Park Curraghs Wildlife Park logo Isle of Man

    With nearly 100 different species set in over 30 acres of open walk through exhibits and a beautiful tranquil setting this is a wildlife Park with a difference.

  • Drayton Manor Theme Park Drayton Manor Theme Park logo Staffordshire

    Drayton Manor Zoo is a fascinating place to explore with 15 acres of open plan zoo home to over 100 animals from all over the world including endangered species. 

  • Five Sisters Zoo Park Five Sisters Zoo Park logo West Lothian

    With over 100 different species of mammal, birds and reptiles, set in 15 acres of beautiful surroundings, an array of keeper talks, outdoor play area, animal handling sessions and so much more.

  • Flamingo Land Flamingo Land logo North Yorkshire

    As well as a sensational theme park, you’ll discover over 140 species of reptiles, mammals and birds that have helped make Flamingo Land the UK’s most visited zoo.

  • Folly Farm Folly Farm logo Pembrokeshire

    Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is the top paid-for visitor attraction in Wales and holder of the Best Family Day Out in Wales award.

  • Fota Wildlife Park Fota Wildlife Park logo Co. Cork

    For a fun Family Day Out in Cork, there is no better place to visit than Fota Wildlife Park.

  • Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park logo Dumfries & Galloway

    A varied zoological collection of over 120 animals from all over the world can be seen within the peaceful and natural settings in the woodland.

  • Knowsley Safari Park Knowsley Safari Park logo Merseyside

    Knowsley Safari is calling all adventurers to get up close and personal with wild animals, from big cats and rhinos, to meerkats and baboons.

  • Shepreth Wildlife Park Shepreth Wildlife Park logo Hertfordshire

    Since opening its doors to the public in 1984, Shepreth Wildlife Park, set in natural grounds, has become one of East Anglia's major attractions and is home to tigers, otters, monkeys, reptiles and even creepy crawlies! 

  • Tayto Park Tayto Park logo Co. Meath

    Tayto Park features a zoo section. There is a large playground area, a 30 metre zip wire, mechanical bull rides and rock-climbing walls. Visitors can also tour the Tayto factory.