Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens are home to a special selection of animals from Asia, many of them are rare.
Visitors can join the Sumatran Tigers on their verandah, admire the huge Crocodiles from a safe distance, watch Otters at play, listen to the boisterous Gibbons as they duet loudly with each other, and meander through several large Aviaries.

Every day there are keeper talks as the animals are fed, from 2.30 onwards. Please check the Thrigby Hall website and social media pages for information on the Crocodile feeding times.

Parking is free. Picnics  are welcome and there is always a selection of generous snacks in the Cockatoo Cafe. For children there are a choice of play areas to let off steam. No visit is complete without a visit to the Gift shop in the main Hall itself.

The Gardens are wheelchair friendly, with generous disabled parking at the entrance gate.

New for 2018, come and visit our 3 Amur Leopard Cubs that were born in October 2017.

 

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