Join us for a fun packed, animal filled day, on the edge of one of the UK’s most beautiful landscapes. Hidden on the borders of Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Zoo boasts a wonderful 33 acres of woodland, celebrating a wide range of exotic and native animals, including the biggest variety of Big Cats in the South West of England. From Tigers to Tortoises, you’re bound to find some of your favourites, and with our unique enclosure designs you’ll feel closer to these beautiful animals than ever before.
Daily talks with animal feeds, close encounters experience and falconry display.
Home of the Hollywood film "We bought a zoo".
Winter opening times 10am - 4pm. Open everyday of the year, except Christmas Day.
Summer opening times 10am - 6pm.
|Child (under 4)||£0|
|Family (4 people, maximum of 2 adults)||£42.00|
|Carer for Disabled Guest Admission||£0|
Prices include optional small Gift Aid donation.
A night at the Zoo like no other. This year we’re hosting two extravagant Roar n’ Snore events, filled with night trails, live music and entertainment on an outdoor cinema.
Imagine falling asleep under the stars in the depths of Dartmoor, away from civilisation for the evening, surrounded by exotic animals. Wake up to the sound of Jasiri the Lion roaring.
Roar & Snore is the best way to see animals after hours, and have the zoo all to yourself.
Tickets include 2 day admission, which means you can make the most out of your experience, arrive before 2pm to witness all the morning and afternoon live feeds and talks.
Roar n’ Snore: Family event 17th August 2019
2:00PM: Meet in Education Pod for briefing.
2:30PM: Big Cat Feed
3:30PM: Falconry Display
4:00PM: Close Encounters
5:00PM: Set Up Camp
6:00PM: Barbecue Dinner
7:00PM: Evening Trail
7:30PM: Campfire Treats
8:30PM: Outdoor cinema (Film TBC)
10:00PM: Twilight Tour
11:00PM: Lights Out
8:00AM: Continental Breakfast in Restaurant
Tickets on sale now!
During our special Adaptation Theme school holiday weeks, FREE ice-cream for each CHILD wearing an adaptation (e.g. whiskas, ears, tail, camouflage, etc).
For more details visit Dartmoor Zoo website or Facebook.