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Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Filby
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Gardens, Nature & Parks
Opened in 1979, this progressive zoo fast became a last refuge for many species. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a strong supporter of The World Zoo Conversation Strategy, and the collection was the first to be signed over in entirety to the Joint Management of Species Programme. Observe species such as monkeys, tigers, leopards, crocodiles, snakes, and red pandas. Study the wildfowl from the Lime Tree Lookout, visit the Crocodile House, and try the Tiger Tree Walk high in the trees surrounding the tigers’ enclosure. Try to catch the feeding of the big cats. The rope bridge is a highlight for children. Take a picnic or eat at the cafe. Our Filby trip itinerary planner makes visiting Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and other Filby attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Absolutly brilliant day the park was amazing the animals spot on we hot to see the crocodiles being fed which was fantastic as it was thelast feed for until next year for them bd the lions wow we got ... read more »
Have been to Thrigby Hall a few times now and it never disappoints. Yeah ok it's not the biggest place to walk around but it easily takes up a couple of hours of your time. I'd imagine longer with chi... read more »
Well worth a visit a great time to be had Loads of animals to see You can get quite close to most of the animals Restaurant on site Cheap entrance fee £13.50 per adult
Went to this place at the spur of the moment, it was a lovely day, sun was shining for a change. We wanted to visit somewhere near, but outside. And we found this place on Google. It's a lovely place, you can get so close to the animals. We watched the staff feeding the tigers from a tree walk, we where so close, it was amazing. It's not a big place, but because you see the animals so close, you tend to linger at each closure longer to watch. There are monkeys, snow leopards, crocodiles, tigers and of course all the other small mammals you see in a zoo. Well worth a visit.
It always seems quiet and relaxed even on the busiest summer weekend. Great place to take the family and some fantastic animals to see.
This place is the greatest place we have visited in years. Prices for admission and for food are very reasonable . This attraction is a must for families of all ages as you will be there all day as there is so much to see. We will certainly be going back again in the future.
Excellent zoo and wildlife gardens. Very well laid out and the high walks really make this a different experience to nearly every other zoo I have been too. The big cats are the highlight here for me. The gibbons are a very vocal delight. Who doesn't like meerkats. Lots of aligators and crocs. Very well worth the visit.
Michael van der Hoeven
We didn't really expect visiting this place however after having completed our today's holiday trips we wondered on what to do next and we ended up here. It is a small but very interactive zoo. Many animals seen here are quite rare and you can get very close to them in a safe way. This turned out to be the best excursion of today. My wife, daughter of 4, our baby and myself really liked it!
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