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** Please note, we are not open every day- but on selected school holidays. Please check the website for details** *Come along to the Animal Collection at Reaseheath and see our many animals, including meerkats, monkeys, rabbits and reptiles! *The...more
We visited for the lambing during Mother’s Day weekend and it was lovely although maybe some of the enclosures were a little small but I’m not an expert.
We were dissatisfied with the lack of variety of food on offer and opted to eat elsewhere....More
We've just returned from a fantastic day out at Reaseheath Zoo. The kids had a great time and the keepers were so friendly, helpful and informative. Particularly Chris who took us to see Timmy the Tapir, what an experience and Becky who told us all...More
If you want to spend a few hours with the family on the weekend this is the perfect place to do it - the zoo is great value for money and kept us entertained for 3 hours! From rabbits to wallabies, there really is something...More
I took my 10 year old daughter on a Saturday afternoon in March and we really enjoyed it.
My expectations weren't high going into this place, but I was in the area and had a few hours to kill. After researching the place on their...More
Value for money was great. Paid for two adults. 3 youngest were free because of age.
Small amount of animals as it is a college zoo. But still plenty to see.
Car parkings free but felt it needs organising. Told to park far away with...More
Took 4 kids age 8-11yo to Reaseheath Zoo - £6 for adults and kids go free - amazing value for money. We saw fish, reptiles, bunnies and guinea pigs. Outdoors otters, meerkats, tamarins, spider monkey's, birds, llamas, ponies, sheep and goats. Highlight was walking through...More
As it was half term the kids were free to go in so it cost me just £6 for me to go in. Parking was free. It’s a department of an FE college so it was a bit odd wandering around the inside where we...More
Great little Zoo
I think it’s important that people realise that this is a Zoo where “students” study animals and not a public Zoo like Chester !
It’s got lots of smaller animals that seem to be well looked after
There’s no Cafe or facilities...More
So sorry for the delay in response- we are next open this weekend 30th April- 2nd May for the Bank Holiday weekend.
Open each day 10-4pm, you can find more info on our facebook page, or website.