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Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Great Yarmouth, UK

Get close to the animals!

Explore the park using our unique network of walk ways. You can follow the bridges across the lake, climb the Jubilee Tree Walk to get magnificent views of the park and venture into the Tiger Tunnel. There is also the Tiger Tree Walk which takes you directly over the enclosure and the Tiger Machan Viewing Platform where you can be inches away from our magnificent Sumatran Tigers. Walk through the tree tops with the Gibbons and follow the walk way around the trees over the Leopard enclosures. Discover Cats Cloisters, explore the Pool Garden and enjoy the Aviaries.

Animal Talks & Feeds. Watch our team of Keepers feed the animals and listen to their informative talks. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn all about the animals here at Thrigby Hall.

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Opening Times

Open Daily

10.00 - 17.00

Last entry to the park is at 16.00 and the park will close at 17.00. The car park gates will be locked at 17.30.

Prices

Discounted Online Tickets

Adult

£16.50

Child (4-16)

£12.50

Under 3's

FREE

Senior Citizen 60+

£15.50

Reg Disabled Adult*

£8.25

Reg Disabled Child*

£8.25

Reg Carer*

£8.25

*Relevant documentation (eg. proof of DLA/ carers allowance) must be shown at the entrance kiosk.

Standard Rate

Adult

£17.95

Child (4-16)

£13.95

Under 3's

FREE

Senior Citizen 60+

£16.95

Reg Disabled Adult*

£8.95

Reg Disabled Child*

£8.95

Reg Carer*

£8.95

*Relevant documentation (eg. proof of DLA/ carers allowance) must be shown at the entrance kiosk.

Facilities

Café

Car Parking

Picnic Site

Baby Changing

Disabled Access

Toilets

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