Drusillas Park, Berwick
Categories: Theme Parks, Zoos & Aquariums, Water & Amusement Parks, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Local and exotic animals are neighbors at Drusillas Park, where you'll also find a variety of hands-on activities. Although the animal population of the zoo grows every year, the zoo's policy is to house only small creatures. This policy is meant to appeal to the younger children who frequent the zoo for its educational activities and adventure play area with swings, slides, and an indoor soft play center. A large variety of primates populate the trees within the zoo: Capuchin monkeys, Colobus monkeys, macaques, and Lar gibbons. Arrange to visit Drusillas Park and other attractions in Berwick using our Berwick vacation trip planner.
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Drusillas or 'Sillas' as my two year old calls it is a perfect day out with young children. The park is extremely well kempt and very safe. For a mother who has a toddler with the tendency to run off ... read more »
We recently took our son for his 3rd birthday and the whole family had a fantastic day! There is so much to do, that it's impossible to get round everything! Both his sister and he loved the train and... read more »
We live in nearby Eastbourne, and frequently visit Drusillas Park. It's exceptionally clean, family friendly and fun for everyone! *The zoo itself is wonderful, and very engaging for young children. A... read more »
Fantastic Zoo which seems much more focused on the visitors than other zoos, great enclosures and the animals seem well cared for, but the way in which visitors can view the animals seems thought through. My daughter loved HelloKitty land as well as Thomas Tank Engine! - definently going back there in 2015 Update. Bought an annual pass as it's great
At other zoos I have visitied the animals are in small enclosures and they pace up and down looking unhappy. But at Drusillas the animals had a lot of space and seem really well looked after and engaged. The park are really interactive as well, we got involved with all the animals and learnt about their feeding habits, where they are from and where we can see them in the enclosure if they like hiding (sneaky little red pandas). All in all this is one of the best days out we've had in a long time, and we would definitely visit again, and is only about 20 minutes away from Brighton centre which is really convenient. Thanks Drusillas! Paige & Will
ok i guess but to expensive but good trip and good icecream too
A birthday treat and a wonderful visit.. happy days for children and adults alike.
We had a great family day out here. The park is aimed at younger kids but there's a good mix of activities and animals
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