Animal houses and exhibits
Newquay Zoo takes you on a journey around the world: from the amazing savannahs of Africa to the rainforests of South America.
Explore the animal's natural habitats and learn where they originate from in the world whilst having lots of family fun!
Coming soon in 2016 - Gems of the Jungle: our new south east Asian free-flying bird exhibit. Learn all about the plight of song birds and how threatened they are.
The Tropical House is home to some of the world’s creepiest crawlies, slitheriest snakes and beautiful exotic birds. From the amazing open rainforest exhibit with free flying birds, to the fantastic and colourful poison dart frogs in the Amphibian Room, there is certainly plenty to see!
The African Savanna is home to a variety of species which mimics the large migratory herds that travel across the savannas of Africa. See wildebeest, nyala antelope and zebra to learn more about these beautiful animals.
Wildlife at Night
Step into the dark to see a loris and civets in our Wildlife at Night exhibit. These amazing species cleverly avoid predators that hunt by night and avoid the heat of the day.
The Village Farm is one of the most popular exhibits with lots of familiar faces that children especially love. Pygmy goats, pigs, rabbits, guinea pigs, turkeys and ducks are the loveable characters to meet at the farm. The little ones will love this. They can walk amongst the goats and make sure you say 'hi' to Spike!
Toad Hall features an interesting array of amphibians, including oriental fire-bellied toads, fire salamanders and great crested newts - a species indigenous to Great Britain. This walkthrough exhibit highlights the plight of amphibians and how you can help us protect them for future generations.
Newquay Zoo works alongside Cornwall Wildlife Trust to promote the amazing range of species native to Britain. The Native Species exhibit at the Zoo is home to sand lizards, Great Britain’s rarest and only egg laying lizard that is at risk from habitat destruction. The exhibit is also home to some very small and cute harvest mice which have formed part of the successful on-site programme here at the Zoo.
Get ready to explore, as there is so much more.....
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