Tickets & prices
If you are a UK taxpayer and you make a donation that is 10% more than the admission, the government will give us 25p for every £1 of your entrance fee. It's called a Gift Aid visit and it makes a massive difference to us and to our vital conservation work.
|admission Prices with donation from 1st april 2019 to 31st March 2020 (inclusive)|
|Child (3-15 years)||£12.00**|
|Child under 3 years||Free|
|Senior citizen (65+) & student||£13.60**|
|Saver Ticket (2 adults, 2 children)||£49.95**|
**If you do not wish to pay the donation price, the admission prices are: Adult - £14.50, Child - £10.90, Senior Citizen & Student - £12.35, Saver ticket - £45.40. If you do not wish to make the donation, then please advise our ticket staff accordingly.
**Student tickets are not able to be purchased online as a valid student ID must be shown at time of purchase.
We offer reduced admission rates for visitors with disabilities. We also offer free entry for the accompanying carer or helper if required. Please inform front of house staff on arrival and they will ask you to provide one form of ID, either:
- Disability living allowance letter
- Personal independance payment letter
- Blue badge
- Carers card
From 1st April 2019 until March 2020, the prices (with donation) for visitors with a disability will be:
- Adult - £13.60
- Child (aged 3-15 years of age) - £10.20
- Senior citizen (65+) and Students - £11.65
Without donation the prices are: Adult - £12.35, Child - £9.35 and Senior citizens (65+)/ Students - £10.55.
One carer is admitted free of charge with each paying disabled adult/child/senior/student ticket. These tickets cannot be purchased online.
Thinking about returning again and again? You could save by purchasing an Annual Pass, we have two options available, to find out more click here.
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