Good Value fun day out!! Couldn't fault the staff on hand. it's a zoo.....In Cromer Amazing!! What are you waiting for people?? Get down there.
Haven't been for a few years but thought not that many animals to see & they are kept in not very big enclosures which I don't like. Restaurant nothing special.
I thought the entry price was pretty steep and the day didn't help being quite cold and wet, however we enjoyed the cisit, the kids enjoyed themselves and the staff were very knowledgeable and friendly. One of the other reviews complains about the otters pond being covered in algae, well apparently it is duck weed. Unfortunately, for ducks, if they... More
Good to look at amazing animals from South America and to rlax on the Verandah for a cup of tea To watch the animals was amazing but signage could be better so as you did not cover more ground than you should.
Good overall. Was nice to see a wide range of animals and took us say 2 hours to go round the zoo and look at the animals. Took two children with us and they loved it. Really nicely laid out too. Nice gift shop and not to overly priced either. Nice day out, all animals were lively to! :)
Great to see so many animals and different animals not seen in other zoos. A nice little place that doesnt take a long time to go round, but this means you can allow more time to appreicate the beautiful creatures.
I visited here with my 3 year old during Spring 2013. I don't know if it was just me, but not the easiest place to find - I don't use sat-nav, just look for the brown signs and at some point in Cromer I seemed to lose these resulting in much driving around before chancing upon the right road. Anyway,... More
Not too big to get around, Very clean with friendly staff. Nice café, reasonable prices. The keepers talks were very interesting. Would definitely recommend a visit.
The zoo was small but had some fairly interesting animals. The majority of enclosures were well enriched, but as with most zoos just too small. Tapir, capybara, primates and big cats all seemed happy enough and weren't displaying stereotypical behaviours, The macaws/parrots and reptile enclosures were particularly disappointing. The parrots all showed signs of feather plucking and seemed extremely bored,... More
We came here on a hot afternoon in September (the Indian summer of 2013) as a family group with children and grandchildren, particularly to entertain the latter (3 and 1). I was a bit sceptical on reading the leaflet but was pleasantly surpised by the size (it's a small zoo, but bigger than I had expected) and the variety of... More
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