Twycross Zoo

Overview

Twycross Zoo is an award-winning conservation charity, with an award-winning schools programme, and fun for all the family 364 days a year. Set in more than 80 acres, we have around 500 animals of almost 100 species to see, including many endangered animals and also native species in the Zoo's Nature Reserve.
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Contact details

Twycross Zoo East Midland Zoological Society, Burton Road, Atherstone, East Midlands, CV9 3PX
Phone: 0844 474 1777

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Cafés, toilets and most animal houses are accessible by wheelchair. Assistance dogs are permitted at the zoo, although there is no access to the apes and rhinos. There is no disabled access to the inside of the lemur house.

Short Distances

Short distance
There is a section of the car park near the zoo which is reserved for visitors with blue badges. Parking is free for all visitors and is normally within the zoo, so your vehicle is accessible at all times.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
We’re proud to offer a Changing Places facility on site, please ask a member of our team during your visit to use this facility.

There are several toilet blocks within the zoo including disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.
And in the Himalaya bathrooms you can see our mesmerising leaf-cutter ant colony.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Twycross Zoo is committed to providing full access to all its visitors and reasonable adjustments have been implemented to ensure that the Zoo and its facilities are suitable for all.

Visitors with registered assistance dogs (pet dogs are not permitted anywhere on site) are welcomed to Twycross Zoo, although we do ask that this is arranged in advance through our Guest Services department.

Anyone bringing a registered assistance dog on site MUST report to Guest Services on arrival. Thank you for your cooperation.