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Tropiquaria Zoo is one of the most unique zoos or wildlife parks in the country. The former "Art Deco" BBC radio transmitter station originally built in 1933, now houses our Tropical Hall, Nocturnal House and Aquarium.  Outside we have 4 acres of animal enclosures, along with our two life size pirate ships, and adventure castle,

Aquarium

Over 40 tanks can be found in the aquarium, housing fish and amphibians from around the world, including the second largest breeding programme in the world of Mexican Livebearing fish known as Goodeids. The Aquarium also houses our collection of spiders and creepy crawlies.

The Aquarium is open, and a one way system is in place. Where possible 2m social distancing is to be observed.

Additional hand sanitiser units have been placed in the aquarium. 

Nocturnal House

Built in 2017, using recycled double glazing windows, donated by a local double glazing firm, this area houses a number of rarely seen animals including one of the worlds smallest primates.

The Nocturnal House is open, and a one way system is in place. Where possible 2m social distancing is to be observed.

Additional hand sanitiser units have been placed near the Nocturnal House.

Childrens Play Areas & Cafe

We have a number of play areas to allow children to use their imagination to the full. From our two lifesize pirate ships and our newly built Adventure Castle, to our indoor play castle. There is something to do in all weather, 

The Pirate Ships and Adventure Castle are open. Where possible 2m social distancing is to be observed.

The Indoor Play Areas are closed

The Cafe is open.

A table service is offered on the indoor cafe tables. and the outdoor eating area adjacent to the cafe.

Additional hand sanitiser units have been placed in these locations. 

Visit the Tropiquaria Website to find out more