Dartmoor Zoological Park
|Open All Year|
|1 Jan 2016 - 31 Dec 2016|
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£10.95 per ticket|
|Child (5 to 15yrs)||£8.95 per ticket|
|Concession||£9.95 per ticket|
|Family (4 persons, 2 max adults)||£35.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Set in 33 acres of beautiful woodland with some stunning views of the surrounding countryside, Dartmoor Zoological Park is a unique family owned zoo with a fantastic collection of animals. These include tigers, lions, jaguar, lynx and cheetah (the largest collection of big cats in the region), bears, wolves, tapir, capybara, racoons, meerkats, monkeys, a fantastic collection of bugs and reptiles and much more.
We work very hard to ensure that the development of the zoo does not have an adverse effect on the beautiful woodland environment which makes it quite unique among zoos. As a consequence we have plenty of open spaces for the kids to run free and visitors are very welcome to bring a picnic and simply enjoy the surroundings.
We have regular daily events such as public talks at feeding times, animal encounters and special activities for the kids during the holidays such as quiz-trails and face-painting. Our restaurant is a great place to stop off for a coffee and cake or a freshly cooked lunch and there's space set aside for the under-fives to roll around with toys.
Residents of Sparkwell
Entrance to the zoo is free for all permanent residents of Sparkwell village. Please bring both proof of address and proof of identity that you are a genuine resident. Accepted forms of proof of address are: bank statement, utility bill, council tax bill. Accepted forms of proof of identity are: driving licence, passport, forces i.d. card.
Wet & Wild offer
Get 50% discount, simply take your receipt and present it within 15 days of your visit to the other attraction. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
Please note that when claiming discount on admission to DZP, this offer relates to a single daily admission to the National Marine Aquarium. If you take their 'Annual Pass' option, this entitles you to ONE discounted admission to DZP on the above terms.
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