A visit to Blackbrook Zoological Park is a wonderful day out for the whole family and a great chance to get up close to some of the most endearing and rare species in the world.
There is a wealth of attractions on offer to see, not least the Pink Paradise, Flights of Fantasy in the brand new Tropical House, The Warty Pig Walk with endangered and unique Warty Pigs, the children's favourite Lemur Lodge, Pelican Cove, Swan Lake and of course World of Penguins.
On your visit be sure to sample the delights of the award-winning Scarlet Tearoom, and stop in to the newly refurbished gift shop. Blackbrook Zoo is well known for accessibility, with ramps leading to most attractions.
As part of EAZA (the European Association of Zoo’s and Aquaria) the park holds many animals as part of breeding programmes.
Gift Aid Prices:
Blackbrook Zoological Park is a registered charity and as such relies heavily on donations to continue with our successful conservation programme. If you choose to donate your admission through the gift aid scheme it means that we can claim 28% of your admission price back from the government in Gift Aid. Please ask at the desk for more information, and thank you very much in advance.
Adults: £9.95, Concessions / Carers: £7.95, Children: £6.50, Family Ticket: £29.95 ( 2adults + 2 children ), Under 3's are free.
Non Gift Aid Prices:
Adults: £9.05, Concessions / Carers: £7.20, Children: £5.90, Family Ticket: £27.00, Under 3's are free.
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Fri 1 Mar 2013 - Tue 5 Nov 2013||Mon - Sun 10:00 to 17:30|
|Wed 6 Nov 2013 - Wed 19 Feb 2014||Mon - Sun 10:00 to 16:30|
|Notes||Latest entry 16:00 March to October and 15:00 November to February.
Winkhill, Nr Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 4JN
Map reference: SK 052515 Lat: 53.06075 Long: -1.92309
Parking : free
Nearest station : 17 miles (27.4 kms) from Stoke-on-Trent station
Disabled Facilities - most areas and buildings are accessible. Toilets situated behind the shop.