Plan your visit to Twycross Zoo!
From ticket prices to Covid-19 safety measures, things to see and do plus more, plan your day out to Twycross Zoo today!
We're open until 6pm - why not book an afternoon visit?
(Under 2 years)
(+60 years or NUS card holders)
Special Needs Carer FREE*
(One free carer per special needs adult/child)
Tickets can only be booked online.
Prices include voluntary gift aid donation.
*T&C’s Apply – See here to find out more
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES
Our priority is keeping you, our animals and our staff safe. To do this we have reviewed all of our zoo operations and have implemented a number of Covid-19 secure measures across our zoo to maximise safety.
From restricted admission tickets and online bookings to face coverings and social distancing, prepare for what to expect on your visit!
*From 17th May indoor animal viewing areas, dine-in eating and soft play will reopen on selected days with Covid-19 safety guidance in place*
THINGS TO SEE & DO
There’s so much to see and do at the zoo for all ages!
Explore acres of wildlife including our very own nature reserve; discover over 500 animals of 125 species – some of the rarest on the planet; visit the only place in the UK where you can see all four great apes – the closest cousins to the human race; and get up close with some of your favourite animals in immersive habitats – PLUS so much more!
FOOD & DRINK
Treat yourself to a takeaway coffee and cake at our café, proud to serve Costa or why not enjoy freshly made fish and chips whilst wondering around the zoo? There’s something for the whole family to enjoy at our restaurants, café and kiosks!
Remember to bring a face covering when collecting your takeaway food and drink.
DOWNLOAD OUR APP
As part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability and protecting the planet, we’ve removed printed maps in replace of our interactive app! Available to download from the Apple store or Google Play Store today, navigate your way around our zoo and don’t miss any of your favourite animals!
Not into apps? Don’t worry – we have giant maps around the zoo too!