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Exmoor Zoo

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South Stowford | Bratton Fleming, Barnstaple EX31 4SG, England
+44 1598 763352
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Not sure which we enjoyed more, the animals or the food:)

We had a great day here, and an excellent lunch in the huge conservatory surrounded by the African... read more

Reviewed yesterday
goodwood57
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Barnstaple, United Kingdom
Fab visit even in the rain

So much to see and do, the talks undercover in education area we’re really well run, and the new... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mattrichu
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Winner of the Legacy award ,Best Family Business 2017, Gold award for best attraction in the South-west 2012, Exmoor Zoo has become an ideal family day out. The zoo has established a good rapport with the North Devon community and offers a very hand on experience for all its visitors.Activities run throughout the day (every half hour in summer), you get to meet a bird eating spider, hold a snake, feed wallabies (under supervision), meet some of the zoos friendly furry animals and of course go to all the talks and feeding sessions (if you can)!Home to the “Exmoor Beast” (a pair of black leopards), Puma, Cheetah, Maned wolves, monkeys and lots of other unusual animals like Tamandua, Fishing cats, Tapir, Singing dogs and Binturong to just name a few! The zoo is a living place with changes all the time; no visit is ever quite the same.Useful information:• Disabled access (wheelchair provision and scooter hire)• Activities through out the day• Cafeteria• Children’s playground• Undercover picnic areas• Zoo trail.
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“singing dogs” (49 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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South Stowford | Bratton Fleming, Barnstaple EX31 4SG, England
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+44 1598 763352
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Reviewed yesterday

We had a great day here, and an excellent lunch in the huge conservatory surrounded by the African masks, when we visited on saturday. Lots of talks, lots of animals and no one seemed to mind all our questions. The puzzle trail for the kids...More

Thank goodwood57
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So much to see and do, the talks undercover in education area we’re really well run, and the new eating area is lovely - so many African masks to see. The pork and apple baps are a great lunchtime snack and the sausage and cheese...More

Thank Mattrichu
Reviewed yesterday

My fifth visit here in as many years and it still doesn't disappoint.Good car park close to the entrance.Good cafe for basic food and drink.You will see creatures here that regular zoo visitors will not have come across,examples being an African cat called a Caracle,Singing...More

Thank Paul C
Reviewed yesterday

As the weather forecast for the day was poor we decided to visit the zoo. I was very pleased we did, although the zoo is quite small compared to our last experience of a zoo it was very well laid out with lots of varied...More

Thank alito12
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nanny, Grandad,Jackie Layla,Cash&Seren We all had a wonderful day at the Zoo, Saw lots of animals, went to the encounter zone for the spider phobia talk. (Photos of Layla and her Mum). We walked around this lovely zoo which has a very relaxed and caring...More

Thank bunzlman
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited there for my 23rd birthday. It was a good day out and we managed to make it to a couple of the talks they had. Even managed to get round to a session that allowed us to pet the Wallabies (small kangaroos). The...More

Thank Chris Q
Reviewed 3 days ago

We had a wonderful day at Exmoor Zoo. There is so much to see! Despite the poor weather the animals all seemed happy and active in their enclosures. We attended most of the talks throughout the day and they were very fascinating and informative, the...More

Thank Tafira1
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was a nice enough zoo. Nice animals, you could get quite close to them. It was clean. However, the person on the till didn't tell us they did a children's activity where you could collect stamps as you went round. When we saw other...More

Thank Emma I
Exmoorbeast, Owner at Exmoor Zoo, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thank you for letting us know about your experience. I am sorry it was not as good as it could have been. We will all review what you have written and try and improve the experience for visitors in the future when this combination of...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the zoo on a rainy day, as there are plenty of shelters & indoor areas in case of poor weather. A full day is highly recommended, to make the most of the zoo. There's loads to see, including a packed timetable of animal...More

Thank LEICS2014
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

purchased a day Zoo experience for my best friend Sallyann and it was absolutely first class. Alex the Zookeeper in charge of these day's is brilliant, he is highly knowledgeable, friendly & makes the day so enjoyable. All the staff we encountered were this way....More

Thank JDaniel66
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Feltin
28 July 2017|
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Response from Lynn R | Property representative |
Hi Childs prices are 3-15 inclusive. Regards Lynn
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Jayne S
25 July 2017|
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Response from Lynn R | Property representative |
Hi Jayne we do not charge until children are 3 years old, so they will both be free of charge. Regards Lynn
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Denise Y
19 July 2017|
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Response from Lynn R | Property representative |
Hi Carers are on a one to one basis with disabled persons and with ID are £6.50. Children are £9.50 or disabled child £8.50 Regards Lynn
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