Join Twycross Zoo’s Fight
Help to save Twycross Zoo from extinction
As the kids officially break up for the Summer holidays, families are searching for ways to keep entertained and make memories that last a lifetime. A visit to Twycross Zoo is so much more than just a day out. Admission from each visitor contributes to saving the zoo from extinction and cares for its 500 animals as well as endangered species across the world.
Twycross Zoo has battled since lock down in countless please to the government to provide vital funding to protect its zoo, home to over 500 animals, from extinction. Over the last three and a half months, with no access to the Government’s £100 million Zoo Fund, the 57 year old zoo has had no other choice than to call on it’s supporters to step in.
Twycross Zoo is now open to guests and you can help to save the zoo from extinction by booking your visit today.