Exciting keeper talks as well as activity trails, face painting, children’s play area and Dragon maze offer plenty to keep people of all abilities and ages occupied.
Visit the Café Lemur for a varied menu and delicious food, the majority of which is locally sourced, in a unique setting overlooking lemur island. On selected days throughout the year the barbeque will be open, serving amazing barbeque favourites. The Café is also a brilliant place for a tasty homemade cake, with relaxed sofa areas to enjoy your treat. As one of Cornwall’s biggest charities we receive no additional government funding and rely on the support of our visitors in order to finance conservation projects – both at home and abroad. We are proud of our success with conservation breeding programmes and recent successes include squirrel monkey babies, ring-tailed and crowned lemur babies, lynx kittens, Sulawesi crested black macaques and golden bishop chicks. Who knows what babies will arrive this year? For more information on events, experiences, birthday parties and how you can spend a fantastic fun filled day at Newquay Zoo please visit the official website www.newquayzoo.org.uk.
- Group Visits available
- Disabled access
- Disabled parking
- Disabled toilets
- Entrance flat / without steps
Please note. Newquay Zoo does not have any wheelchairs for hire. However, Newquay Tourist Information Centre has wheelchairs and electric scooters from just £5 per day. Please contact Newquay Tourist Information Centre on 01637 854020 for more information and to book. The Zoo is based in a 10 acre natural Environmental Park and is around 80% wheelchair and pushchair friendly. The terrain is mainly level and a majority of the paths are tarmac with a concrete floor in the village farm. Please note there are doors to our Tropical House which have to be kept closed due to free flying birds. Both doors do open though to give enough room for wheelchair users. Areas which currently do not have ramps or access for wheelchair uses are: The Hospital does not have a ramped entrance at present. The upstairs viewing gallery in the Tropical House is not accessible to wheelchair users but 80% of the animals can be viewed from ground level. The Owl enclosures are not accessible by wheelchairs due to a large railway sleeper staircase which has been put in place due to the steep incline. The Oriental Garden has been refurbished and now includes a wheelchair viewing platform so you can see across the Otter enclosure and into the new Hornbill Aviary. There is plenty of seating throughout the zoo.
Tickets / Price Guides
|Ticket Type||Ticket Price||Ticket Details|
|Child||£8.20||Child 3-15 years|
|Family||£32.90||2 Adult and 2 Children|
Open all year
Please note that during the monthys of October to March the zoo will open from 10am until 5pm.
Getting to Newquay has never been easier. Travel by Bus, Coach, Plane or Train we now have outstanding transport links which make Cornwall accessible from all corners of the globe. Please copy this link into your browser for more information; http://www.visitnewquay.org/travel-newquay/getting-here.php
Nearest major road is A30. Follow A392 into Newquay and follow brown and white signs to zoo.
She’s back! Really wild adventures with Michaela Strachan at Newquay Zoo
Newquay Zoo is delighted to announce that Michaela Strachan will be returning to the Zoo on Monday 14th April with her ‘Really Wild Adventures’ show – a fun show for all the family at no extra charge!
Michaela Strachan’s Really Wild Adventures is a rollercoaster ride through the alphabet jungle of animal rhymes. Do you want to know how far a spitting cobra can spit? Do you want to know how to do polar bear dentistry? Do you want to know what nurses, bonnetheads and soupfins have in common? Well you can learn all this and more in 'Michaela Strachan's Really Wild Adventures' stage show! The show takes you on a wild journey of bats, snakes, sharks, elephants and orangutans using rhyme, music and audience interaction.
Audience members will be invited up on stage to participate in the show which promises to be both educational and lots of fun! The show is based on Michaela Strachan’s book of animal verse, Really Wild Adventures, which she will be signing copies of after the show.
For more information please visit www.newquayzoo.org.uk.