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Newquay Zoo

#9 of 62 things to do in Newquay Features Animals
Trenance Park, Newquay TR7 2LZ, England
+44 1637 873342
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Lazy 4 hrs

Fantastic zoo. Great 3 hours out with my family. Different to other zoos we usually visit as the... read more

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darren s
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very nice

had a great time looking round feeding times was good to see the best was that you could go back... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
stevebrooks140
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Set in lush sub-tropical gardens, Newquay Zoo is home to more than 1,000 of the world's rare and exciting creatures. Just a short walk from Newquay's town centre and world famous surfing beaches, the Zoo is both one of Cornwall's most exciting visitor attractions and a leading conservation charity. It's the only place in Cornwall where you can see lions devour their lunch before taking a leisurely stroll through a tropical rainforest, surrounded by free flying birds. Keeper talks and animal feeds take place throughout the day but if you fancy an even closer animal encounter we offer visitors the chance to meet and feed our cheeky lemurs, friendly penguins and impossibly cute meerkats! See wildebeest, waterbuck, nyala antelope and zebra roaming in our African Savannah and enjoy some familiar faces in The Village Farm - one of our most popular exhibits which includes many children's favourites such as pot-bellied pigs, African pygmy goats, turkeys and striped squirrels. And if all that isn't enough to keep the kids amused, we also have activity trails, face painting, a children's play area, dragon maze...and much more. Besides enjoying a great family day out, when you visit Newquay Zoo you'll also be supporting our vital education, research and conservation work, all designed to protect endangered animals from extinction. We're playing a key role in the international effort to save animals through conservation breeding.
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Trenance Park, Newquay TR7 2LZ, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fantastic zoo. Great 3 hours out with my family. Different to other zoos we usually visit as the animals are a lot less. This is a fun quick zoo. Don't expect to spend all day here but concentrate on having a great 3 hours. Animals...More

Thank darren s
Reviewed 2 days ago

had a great time looking round feeding times was good to see the best was that you could go back kater in the week free

Thank stevebrooks140
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A great day out.. lots to do and see... loved the Lion Talk.. Staff are lovely and the facilities are good Well worth a visit if ur in cornwall on holiday... not sure if it's all summer.. you pay for a day pass however you...More

Thank Abigail W
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We love visiting Newquay zoo. This weeks visit wasn't disappointing. The zoo an facilities were lovely and clean. There was two new bird enclosures too; they are always reinvesting back into the zoo which is fab to see. You can also go back as many...More

Thank Sally H
Reviewed 3 days ago

I am an avid cadge spotter and was intrigued when I saw on google that Newquay Zoo had a "Lion Cadge". It did not live up to expectations. Not angry just disappointed.

1  Thank DaveyGoodbottom
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The zoo actually had more animals/species than I expected. Especially as it had 3 lions. However, their enclosure was the smallest I've ever seen (a general theme) but they probably looked the healthiest out of all the 'exhibits'. The penguins looked totally bored. The otters...More

1  Thank fowlerhouse
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

But very good, nonetheless. Not quite sure how some people managed to get round in an hour - we were there for a good four or five hours or so. It's sometimes worth hanging around to see some amusing behaviour. We arrived to see what...More

Thank JBL502W
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Visited today. Nothing the zoo can do about the car parking charges but at least the parking was close by. Had a great time. Our 2yo enjoyed the lions, goats, penguins lynx etc. Talks very good. Maybe we visited a different zoo to some of...More

Thank Lankyjinja
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Granted this zoo is nothing like longleat, London zoo, etc., but actually it is a really nice little zoo and has plenty of animals in it. Very clean and well maintained. Staff are nice and friendly as well. A nice place to kill 2-3 hours...More

Thank Rajpal S
Reviewed 1 week ago

the zoo is clean easy walking ideal for wheel chairs animals all look well worth a visit so much to see and do BRILIANT ZOO

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ajjeffery99
2 May 2017|
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Absolutely, Newquay Zoo is still a great day out for all ages. As well as seeing all the animals we recommend listening to the talks too, although aimed at children they are still educational and a great way to see the... More
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Zoe l
12 April 2017|
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Hi Zoe, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. The answer is "yes" to both. You can either make a note of your booking reference number or bring in a printed out email. Best wishes, George.
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Response from NewquayZoo | Property representative |
Hello, no I'm afraid dogs are not allowed in the Zoo unless they are working assistance dogs. Newquay Zoo
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