Great place for children to learn about and develop love of animals - lots of children centred activities but an equally lovely day for adults .
Food ok but a little pricey for what it is I. E , the children's lunch boxes do not have much in them for the money.
Best way to appreciate the zoo is with a great value gold card so that you can visit as often as you like . I go often with grandchildren who adore it and we always make great memories. This zoo also does great conservation work which contributes towards species survival - brilliant ...
Two negatives are that nearly all of the toilet blocks need updating with bigger cubicles as far too small for families to use or even single adults !
Second is that due to slopes, the access for those with mobility issues is poor - need to think about improving access.
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