Twycross Zoo - Follow Your Heart

Opening Times: 10am - 5pm

Things To Do

Things may have changed from your last visit as we continue to follow government guidance around Covid-19. Keep an eye on this page for further updates on things to see and do at Twycross Zoo.


500 animals

Explore our 100 acre, open-air zoo and discover over 500 animals of 125 different species, in their habitats! PLEASE NOTE: Face coverings are required to enter all indoor animal enclosures

Tiger Habitat

Discover our most-recent ROARsome residents who have now been in their multi-million pound habitat for over a year!

Animal Experiences

An animal experience is the perfect way to get up close and personal with some of your favourite animals, plus a chance to pick the brains of our knowledgeable keepers.

Feed the Lorikeets

For only £1 per pot, hand feed the Lorikeets in their indoor aviary! PLEASE NOTE: In line with government guidelines, you need to wear a face covering to enter this walkthrough.

Safari Cars

Let your little ones take the wheel of their own Safari Car as they take a trip around Explorer Zone! *Additional prices apply

Pet the goats

Meet some of our cheeky goats in their walkthrough Farmyard habitat - they love a tickle behind their ears!

Lemur Walkthrough

Meet some of our most loved primates in their walkthrough woodland habitat.

Outdoor Play Areas

Our multiple outdoor play areas are open and FREE to enjoy with your little monkeys. Remember to wash your hands before and after use!

Food & Drink

The Catch Fish Bar, Costa and a selection of refreshment kiosks around the zoo are open for grab-and-go takeaway options. Remember to pay by contactless card if you can! PLEASE NOTE: Face Coverings are required to enter our takeaway Restaurants including The Catch Fish & Chips and Costa Coffee

Gift Shops

Don't miss our Gift Shop where you can buy masks, hand sanitiser and souvenirs to take home! Pay by contactless card if you can. PLEASE NOTE: Face coverings are required to enter our shops

Nature Reserve

FREE to explore with your zoo admission. Speak to a member of staff to point you in the direction of our nature reserve, which is full of native wildlife.


In line with government guidance around Covid-19, you may notice some changes to your day out.

Some areas of our 100-acre zoo are closed until further notice:

Last updated: 01/12/2020. We will update this regularly as government guidance changes.