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Dunstable: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Full-Day Entrance Ticket

1. Dunstable: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Full-Day Entrance Ticket

Enjoy a family day out to discover over 10,000 animals, including lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants, zebra, hippos, and giraffes. See moose, European bison, and lynx, animals once commonplace in Britain. Visit lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants, zebra, hippos, and giraffes in their large outdoor enclosures. Don't miss the rockhopper and African black-footed residents of the penguin pool, with its surrounding countryside views. Next, discover new depths as you delve deeper into the fascinating underwater worlds of ZSL Whipsnade Zoo's Aquarium. Learn about endangered fish and the zoo's conservation efforts. Then, bask in the tropical temperatures of the Butterfly House, surrounded by hundreds of colorful butterflies. When your kids need to burn off some energy, check out the new Hullabazoo outdoor play area, which opened in 2021. Let their imaginations run wild as they explore the over 7,800 m² themed play area, including bridges, swings, climbing frames, tunnels, sand play, mini safari jeep, and so much more.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 81 reviews

Great day out

I took my 21 month old granddaughter for the day. It didn't rain and we had a great day wandering round the various zones. (I defy anyone to see the lot in one visit.) It is good to see the animals in large enclosures, even if it makes them hard to see sometimes. Also, it is a privilege to see wild animals so close to home - it brings home the reality of what Man is doing to these creatures in the wild. The sealion 'show', the giraffes being fed and the meercats were the most interesting animals for young spectators. I liked the wide choice of reasonably-priced food outlets, but lots of people had brought picnics.

Brilliant day out for children and adults

Such a lovely place, plenty of space for the animals to roam and you see so much throughout the day. Food is a bit highly priced but no reason you can’t take a picnic and sit by any number of the animal enclosures. Aquarium still needs work but the butterfly house on the other side slightly makes up for it. Wether you are a child or an adult there is plenty too see and do but be prepared for a long day walking I didn’t realise it was nearly 10 miles in total!

Plenty to see in nice surroundings

All types of animals on view, we saw most of them. Nice encloses plenty of space for the animals. My father needs a wheelchair to get around but there could be some improvement to some areas. Plenty of occasional seating throughout site along with `guides ` in various areas to assist (Nice touch!)

Enjoyed visit, all good except disappointment with the aquarium and butterfly House.

Brilliant but very chilly particularly at the top of the hill by the Penguins