Trentham Monkey Forest
OverviewTrentham Monkey Forest is unique in the UK, the only place you can walk amongst 140 Barbary macaques! Set in a beautiful Staffordshire woodland, the forest is home to 140 free-roaming monkeys – the endangered Barbary macaque. Wander along the 3/4 of a mile visitor pathway and watch the monkey antics unfold in front of you.
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Trentham Monkey Forest Trentham Estate, Stone Road, Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands, ST12 9HR
Phone: 01782 659 845
The pathway that runs through the monkey enclosure is ¾ of a mile long. The trail is wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly, however, due to some steeper slopes, some wheelchair users do find the steeper areas inaccessible.
There is free onsite car parking, with disabled bays and plenty of room for coaches and busses.
Access To Toilets
The Banana Café and Jungle Shop are all accessible and staff are more than happy to help assist. Disabled toilets are located next to the café.
Guide dogs are prohibited in the park due to dogs being a natural predator to Barbary macaques, however, other arrangements can be made and we are happy to keep guide dogs in the office during your trip. Please ring in advance.