UK Zoo List

Search and discover all major UK Zoos and Animal Attractions

Whether you are looking for a perfect family day out or somewhere to relax and learn about nature and wildlife, then a trip to your local zoo is the perfect solution.

Displaying 1 - 102 of 102 zoos and animal attractions
  • Africa Alive! Africa Alive! logo Suffolk

    Enjoy a walking family safari at one of the UK's largest and most exciting wildlife attractions, set in 100 acres of dramatic coastal parkland.

  • Amazon World Zoo Park Amazon World Zoo Park logo Isle of Wight

    Amazon World Zoo Park has a huge range of unusual rare and exotic animals. At the last count it was somewhere in the region of 200 different species, spanning the entire animal kingdom!

  • Amazona Zoo Amazona Zoo logo Norfolk

    From Flamingo Lagoon to the Feline Forest, Amazona Zoo houses some of the world's most beautiful and intriguing animals, with a focus on South America.

  • Amazonia Amazonia logo South Lanarkshire

    A unique place for fun and learning for all ages, Amazonia is a temperature controlled tropical house, home to over 70 different species.

  • 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. 

  • Beale Park Beale Park logo Berkshire

    The Park is home to a unique collection of rare and endangered birds, with animal favorites including monkeys, prairie dogs, meerkats, Raccoons, Coati and wallabies.

  • Belfast Zoo Belfast Zoo logo Co. Antrim

    Belfast Zoological Gardens is located in North Belfast on the slopes of Cave Hill and and is home to more than 1000 animals and 150 species, many of which are in danger in their natural habitat.

  • Birdworld Birdworld logo Surrey

    Nestling within the Alice Holt Forest, Birdworld is one of the largest bird parks in the country. There are 26 acres to explore so make sure you allow plenty of time to see and experience everything on offer.

  • Birmingham Nature Centre Birmingham Nature Centre logo Birmingham

    Whether you are interested in animal conservation or just having a fun day out with the family, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park offers something for everyone.

  • Blackpool Zoo Blackpool Zoo logo Lancashire

    Over 1000 mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates reside in 32 acres of scenic parkland on the edge of the UKs most famous seaside resort.

  • Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park logo Stirlingshire

    Blair Drummond Safari Park is a Zoo and Safari Park located near Stirling in Scotland. Opened to the public in 1970, it is spread over 120 acres.

  • Blue Planet Aquarium Blue Planet Aquarium logo Cheshire

    The award-winning aquarium is home to thousands of incredible aquatic creatures including flesh-eating piranhas, crocodiles, tropical sharks and stingrays.

  • Bristol Zoo Bristol Zoo logo Bristol

    A visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens is an adventure into an exciting animal kingdom, all set within 12 acres of beautiful gardens. 

  • Calderglen Country Park Zoo Calderglen Country Park Zoo logo South Lanarkshire

    Calderglen children's zoo opened in 1982 and is home to over 50 different species, some of which are critically endangered.

  • Camperdown Wildlife Centre Camperdown Wildlife Centre logo Dundee

    Camperdown Wildlife Centre is home to a wonderful selection of animals from many areas around the globe. Some of the animals are extremely rare, highly endangered or threatened with extinction.

  • Chessington Zoo Chessington Zoo logo Surrey

    There's just so much for the whole family to discover - meet mischievous meerkats, come nose to nose with sharks and rays in the spectacular SEA LIFE centre or roar with the lions and tiger in the Trail of the Kings.

  • Chester Zoo Chester Zoo logo Cheshire

    Discover over 7000 wonderful animals and 400 different species including some of the most endangered in the world!

  • Chestnut Centre Conservation & Wildlife Park Chestnut Centre Conservation & Wildlife Park logo Derbyshire

    The Chestnut Centre is the only place in the UK to see a family of Giant otters. Further along are Eurasian otters, North American otters and the ever captivating Asian short claw otter.

  • Colchester Zoo Colchester Zoo logo Essex

    Colchester Zoo is well worth a visit with over 270 species, set in 60 acres of beautiful parkland and lakes, over 50 daily displays, an undercover soft play area, 4 adventure play areas, The Lost Madagascar Express road train and so much more!

  • Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park logo Devon

    A truly unique day out! Over 28 acres of spectacular gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can experience at close hand many amazing animals, life sized dinosaurs and much much more!   

  • 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.

  • Dartmoor Zoo Dartmoor Zoo logo Devon

    Set in 33 acres of beautiful woodland with some stunning views of the surrounding countryside and a fantastic collection of animals, Dartmoor Zoo is a unique family day out in the beautiful South Hams of Devon.

  • Deep Sea World Deep Sea World logo Fife

    There's a world of underwater adventure just waiting to be discovered at Deep Sea World. From Scottish waters, African lakes and Amazon rainforests to giant rockpools, mangroves and spectacular coral reefs, visitors are taken on a whistle-stop journey of discovery.

  • Dingle Oceanworld Aquarum Dingle Oceanworld Aquarum logo Kerry

    Dingle Oceanworld, set in County Kerry, at the very edge of Europe, is Irelands leading Aquarium, featuring species from across the globe.

  • 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. 

  • Drusillas Park Drusillas Park logo East Sussex

    Drusillas is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country with an animal & child friendly, family environment where the focus is always on involvement.

  • Dublin Zoo Dublin Zoo logo Dublin

    Dublin Zoo, located in the Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin city is Ireland's No.1 visitor attraction and welcomed almost one million visitors last year.

  • Dudley Zoological Gardens Dudley Zoological Gardens logo West Midlands

    DZG is home to more than 1300 animals, and has nigh on 200 species, including some of the rarest creatures on Planet Earth.

  • Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust logo Jersey

    Situated in 32 acres of beautifully landscaped countryside, Durrell Wildlife Park is home to some of the most endangered species in the world.

  • Edinburgh Zoo Edinburgh Zoo logo Edinburgh

    Set in 82 acres of sloping parkland, Edinburgh Zoo is home to over 1000 rare and endangered animals. 

  • Exmoor Zoo Exmoor Zoo logo Devon

    From the creepy crawlies of the Amazon to the wobbly wallaby joeys of Australia there are plenty of hands on activities with their animals for you to take part in.

  • 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.

  • Galway Atlantaquaria Galway Atlantaquaria logo Co. Galway

    The National Aquarium of Ireland seeks to present a comprehensive view of the world of water through clear and interesting displays and exciting live presentations and animal interaction sessions.

  • Gauntlet Birds of Prey Eagle and Vulture Park Gauntlet Birds of Prey Eagle and Vulture Park logo Cheshire

    See a wide range of birds from eagles, hawks and falcons to vultures, kites and owls.

  • Golders Hill Park and Zoo Golders Hill Park and Zoo logo London

    Golders Hill Park, managed by the City of London Corporation, is home to a free zoo, with a growing collection of rare and exotic birds and mammals.

  • Harewood House Harewood House logo Leeds

    Harewood Lake offers a vast array of birdlife with some fantastic bird watching opportunities. You’ll see Ducks, Geese, Gull and Grebe species

  • Hawk Conservancy Trust Hawk Conservancy Trust logo Hampshire

    The Hawk Conservancy Trust is an award winning visitor centre and bird of prey conservation charity set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow.

  • Highland Wildlife Park Highland Wildlife Park logo Inverness-shire

    Discover Scottish wildlife and endangered animals of the world's mountains and tundra in our spectacular setting. 

  • Hobbledown Hobbledown logo Surrey

    Hobbledown is home to some very special animals and, of course, the mysterical Hobblers. Huck and his friends cannot wait for you to come and join their magical world but only at certain times because they really do need to rest after busy days caring for the animals.

  • International Centre for Birds of Prey International Centre for Birds of Prey logo Gloucestershire

    Described recently as a Hidden Gem of a place, the Centre houses over 280 birds of prey, eagles, owls, vultures, kites, buzzards and falcons. 

  • Isle of Wight Zoo Isle of Wight Zoo logo Isle of Wight

    The Isle of Wight's animal collection is nestled within the remains of a Napoleonic fort which makes for an impressive backdrop for a large number of big cats and primates alongside other small mammal, reptile and invertebrate species.

  • Kirkleatham Owl Centre Kirkleatham Owl Centre logo North Yorkshire

    Kirkleatham Owl Centre is home to one of the U.K.'s largest collection of owls.

  • 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.

  • Lake District Coast Aquarium Lake District Coast Aquarium logo Cumbria

    The Lake District Coast Aquarium Maryport houses over 55 themed tanks containing a variety of the marine life found around the Cumbrian coastline, from fish to crustaceans, as well as a purpose built tropical marine community reef tank.

  • Lake District Wildlife Park Lake District Wildlife Park logo Cumbria

    Wander around our beautiful 24 acre parkland and see over 100 species. The magical Bird of Prey flying displays have been a regular feature since the park opened and we have gathered an eclectic mix of over 100 species from Anaconda to Zebra.

  • Lakeland Wildlife Oasis Lakeland Wildlife Oasis logo Cumbria

    Lakeland Wildlife Oasis is a unique and exciting blend of exotic wildlife and interactive hands-on displays.

  • Lakes Aquarium Lakes Aquarium logo Cumbria

    The Lakes Aquarium is an aquarium in the village of Lakeside on the southern shore of Windermere, Cumbria, England. The Lakes Aquarium contains both freshwater and salt water aquatic animals.

  • Linton Zoological Gardens Linton Zoological Gardens logo Cambridgeshire

    Linton Zoo has a large collection of wildlife ranging from Mexican red-kneed tarantulas through to beautiful snow leopards and Amur tigers. 

  • Living Coasts Living Coasts logo Devon

    At Living Coasts you'll see a huge array of coastal animals from penguins and seals to puffins, stingrays and octopus, each in their own specially-designed naturalistic habitats.

  • London Aquarium London Aquarium logo London

    Situated on the banks of the River Thames in County Hall, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium is open 7 days a week with great value family tickets from ᆪ54 and special behind the scenes packages also available. 

  • Longleat Safari & Adventure Park Longleat Safari & Adventure Park logo Wiltshire

    Your drive-through safari adventure will take you unbelievably close to creatures you’ve only dreamed about.

  • Lotherton Hall Lotherton Hall logo North Yorkshire

    There is something for everyone to enjoy; from the country house to the bird garden, the gardens and exhibitions, the shop and stables to the woodland walks and playgrounds.​​

  • Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre logo Lincolnshire

    Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre is home to a wide variety of rescued animals including Primates, Reptiles, Birds of Prey, Meerkats, Aviary Birds and our lovable Seals.

  • Manor House Wildlife Park Manor House Wildlife Park logo Dyfed

    You'll find endangered species from all corners of the world in a natural and beautiful corner of Wales. Experience close-up meetings with endangered animals from all over the world.

  • Marwell Wildlife Marwell Wildlife logo Hampshire

    From ring-tailed coatis to majestic giraffes, Amur leopards to frilled lizards, curious meerkats to Humboldt penguisn - the 140-acre park is home to over 170 exotic and endangered species, in beautiful, landscaped surroundings.

  • National Marine Aquarium National Marine Aquarium logo Devon

    Visit the UK's largest aquarium and be amazed by a fascinating underwater world.

  • New Forest Wildlife Park New Forest Wildlife Park logo Hampshire

    A stroll on the wild side will take you along a winding nature trail to see  amazing animals and birds in the beautiful setting of the New Forest. 

  • Newquay Zoo Newquay Zoo logo Cornwall

    Get closer to over 130 species: see the penguins relaxing in their pool, visit the creepiest crawlies and beautiful birds in the atmospheric tropical house, watch the big cats get their lunch - a perfect day out for the whole family!

  • Oceanarium Oceanarium logo Dorset

    Situated on Bournemouth seafront, the award-winning Oceanarium takes you on an underwater adventure through some of the world's most amazing waters. 

  • Old MacDonald's Farm Old MacDonald's Farm logo Essex

    Added to the animals they have a collection of rides, slides, attractions and indoor and oudivoor play facilities, all included within the entry fee, that will keep all ages entertained. 

  • Paignton Zoo Paignton Zoo logo Devon

    Paignton Zoo Environmental Park is one of Britain's top zoos. The 80 acres of naturalistic landscaped grounds are home to some of the planet's rarest and most amazing animals.

  • Paradise Wildlife Park Paradise Wildlife Park logo Hertfordshire

    Paradise Wildlife Park is the most interactive zoo in Britain. Based at Broxbourne in Hertfordshire, they are open all year round, every weekday and weekend!

  • Pensthorpe Nature Reserve Pensthorpe Nature Reserve logo Norfolk

    Set in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, in the beautiful and tranquil Wensum Valley, Pensthorpe Natural Park is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. 

  • Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary logo Cornwall

    Porfell Wildlife Park is a wild family attraction only a few miles from Looe in South East Cornwall. It offers sanctuary to more than 250 animals from around the world. They might be neglected, injured, imported illegally or simply no longer wanted. For whatever reason they come to the park they’re always welcome.

  • Raptor Foundation Raptor Foundation logo Cambridgeshire

    They currently house over 200 birds of prey comprising of over 40 different species. You can get up close and even fly some of the birds in their daily flying displays.

  • Seaview Wildlife Encounter Seaview Wildlife Encounter logo Isle of Wight

    This multi-award winning attraction is set in beautiful, open natural Parklands with magnificent view across the Solent waters, filled to the brim with unbelievably tame feathered and furry friends

  • Shaldon Zoo Shaldon Zoo logo Devon

    Set in an acre of woodland garden above the attractive coastal village of Shaldon, Shaldon Zoo looks after, and helps preserve, some of the rarest and most endangered animals in the world.

  • 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.

  • The Deep The Deep logo East Riding of Yorkshire

    The aquarium tells the story of the world's oceans through time and depth.and provides a unique combination of stunning aquarium exhibits, interactives, film and presentations.

  • The Living Rainforest The Living Rainforest logo Berkshire

    Explore the rainforest without leaving the UK. The Living Rainforest is home to 700 species of plants and animals. Watch birds, butterflies and lizards roam free in the tropical glasshouses

  • The Scottish Deer Centre The Scottish Deer Centre logo Fife

    Their collection includes 14 species of Deer from around the world, Fife's only Wolf pack, Otters and other rare Scottish species including the Wildcat.

  • Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens logo Norfolk

    Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is open all year round. Set in beautiful gardens the amazing wildlife including cats, primates, red pandas, reptiles and a swamp house.

  • Tilgate Nature Centre Tilgate Nature Centre logo West Sussex

    Tilgate Nature Centre is home to over 500 animals of 95 different species, ranging from cows and cranes to frogs and pheasants, making it a fantastic and affordable place for all the family to enjoy.

  • Tropical Butterfly House Tropical Butterfly House logo Sheffield

    Encounter the exotic and experience a wild family day out in South Yorkshire at the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre near Sheffield.

  • Tropical World Tropical World logo West Yorkshire

    Meerkats, exotic birds, butterflies and crocodiles all at Tropical World - Roundhay Park. 

  • Tropical World Tropical World logo Co. Donegal

    You can walk though a thousand square miles of Tropical Butterflies in free flight and view beautiful Tropical Birds including Cockateils, Conures, Rosellas, Lovebirds and lots and lots of Parrots!

  • Twycross Zoo Twycross Zoo logo Warwickshire

    Twycross Zoo - World Primate Centre! Come face-to-face with 1000 animals of more than 200 species, including some of the most endangered on our planet, at Twycross Zoo!

  • UK Wolf Conservation Trust UK Wolf Conservation Trust logo Berkshire

    Have you ever wanted to see a wolf close up? Have you wondered what it's like to walk amongst them? 

  • Welsh Mountain Zoo Welsh Mountain Zoo logo Conwy

    The Welsh Mountain Zoo is set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery; its beautiful gardens are home to this caring conservation zoo

  • West Midland Safari and Leisure Park West Midland Safari and Leisure Park logo Worcestershire

    One of the country's premier wildlife parks they have a 'drive through' route home to cheetah, African hunting dogs, Sumatran tigers, Indian rhino, addax and much more.

  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation Wildlife Heritage Foundation logo Kent

    The Big Cat Sanctuary is located at Headcorn Road, Smarden, Kent. The site is 38 acres in size and is quite open with large grass expanses.

  • Wildwood Discovery Park Wildwood Discovery Park logo Kent

    Wildwood Discovery Park is a woodland discovery park in north-east Kent, England. It features over fifty species of native British animals such as deer, badgers, wild boar and wolves.

  • Williamson Park Williamson Park logo Lancashire

    Williamson Park in Lancaster - 54 acres of beautiful parkland with enchanting woodland walks and play areas and breathtaking views to the Fylde Coast, Morecambe Bay and the Lake District.

  • Woburn Safari Park Woburn Safari Park logo Bedfordshire

    Visit over 800 magnificent wild animals in 300 acres of beautiful parkland at Woburn Safari Park and go on a safari adventure by road and on foot.

  • Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park logo Lincolnshire

    Woodside Wildlife & Falconry Park is a hands on visitor attraction offering flying displays, animal shows, reptile handling, and meet the Lemurs sessions throughout the day.

  • World Owl Trust World Owl Trust logo Cumbria

    See over 200 owls from over 50 different species and sub-species in the beautiful wooded gardens of historic Muncaster Castle.

  • WWT Arundel WWT Arundel logo West Sussex

    Visit the Pond Explorer station or spot water voles on the boat safari. Or just relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings and stunning views of Arundel Castle.

  • WWT Castle Espie WWT Castle Espie logo Co. Down

    Castle Espie's tranquil setting offers the best views of Strangford Lough, County Down and is home to Ireland's largest collection of native and exotic water-birds.

  • WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre logo Carmarthenshire

    The award-winning Llanelli Wetland Centre is (one of the world-famous WWT centres) is situated on the northern shore of the Burry Inlet, with stunning views over the estuary and Gower.

  • WWT London Wetland Centre WWT London Wetland Centre logo London

    WWT London Wetland Centre is a nature reserve in the heart of London, perfect for a relaxing walk along the paths that wind among the lakes, meadows and gardens.

  • WWT Martin Mere WWT Martin Mere logo Lancashire

    Step into a wilder world where wilderness and family-friendliness combine. Come and enjoy each season, from ducklings to migrating swans - you’ll be amazed at how close you can get to fantastic wetland wildlife.

  • WWT Slimbridge WWT Slimbridge logo Gloucestershire

    From birdwatchers to families there is plenty to discover all year round. Enjoy amazing wildlife up-close with experiences to suit all ages.

  • WWT Washington WWT Washington logo Tyne & Wear

    Award-winning nature reserve offering amazing encounters with rare waterbirds and other wildlife, including Asian short-clawed otters and Chilean flamingos. 

  • Yorkshire Wildlife Park Yorkshire Wildlife Park logo South Yorkshire

     The Park uses its amazing habitats of grassland, woodland and wetland for natural animal areas and for encouraging native wildlife.

  • ZSL London Zoo ZSL London Zoo logo London

    With over 720 animal species and innovative exhibits in the heart of the capital, London Zoo provides an unforgettable experience.

  • ZSL Whipsnade Zoo ZSL Whipsnade Zoo logo Bedfordshire

    Enjoy an epic day out at the UK's biggest zoo! Set in 600 acres of panoramic scenery and rolling Chiltern Hills, ZSL Whipsnade Zoo is an adventure on an altogether different scale.