Set in over 50 acres of stunning Norfolk countryside, with thousands of animals from around the world, Banham Zoological Gardens is the perfect place to connect with nature.
Banham Zoological Gardens
Banham Zoological Gardens offers a fun-filled family day out. In addition to the many animals, there are also plenty of activities to thrill and entertain. Unleash your wild side whilst swooping through treetops on the SkyTrek, or run, climb and crawl through the accessible Woodland Adventure park.
Banham Zoo is dedicated to conservation and saving animals from extinction. Pay a visit to the thousands of fascinating animals that call Banham Zoological Gardens their home. Learn about conservation in an interactive way with their wide variety of activities and displays.
Step inside the ‘Tropical House’ where you’ll be transported to South America, with free-flying birds, exotic plants, and animals found across Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and Paraguay.
Attend the ‘Amazing Animals!’ presentations to learn how some of their smaller animals use their natural instincts to survive in the wild.
Take a stroll along the raised wooden boardwalk overlooking the Giraffe House and go eye to eye with the world’s tallest animal.
Outdoor Adventure Play
The popular Norfolk attraction offers fantastic outdoor adventure play, as well as restaurants, free car parking, disabled facilities and a gift shop where you can find souvenirs and gifts for everyone.
The Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA) is the dynamic conservation and education charity that leads Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! For over 50 years the zoos have sought to amaze and inspire guests who visit, providing wonderful unique experiences and memorable days out to share with their families and friends.
Food and Drink
The Zoological Reserve offers a variety of food outlets for you to experience. With a wealth of food and drink locations throughout the park, you’re never too far away from somewhere to sit down and refuel.
Travelling to Banham Zoo
Banham Zoological Gardens is signposted off the A11 and A140. Follow the brown tourist signs to the attraction.
Travelling by Train
The nearest train station to Banham Zoo is Norwich. Either a taxi or bus will be required on arrival to transport you to the attraction. See the Raileasy website for details.
There are lots of places to stay in Norfolk Countryside. If you only planning on visiting the park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area, then take a look at some of the wonderful self-catering cottages available from Snaptrip.
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