Zoos, Aquariums, Petting Zoos, Parks and Wildlife areas closest to Perthshire

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Perthshire Zoos and Parks. If you are looking for great days out, from petting zoos, wildlife areas, nature reserves, aquariums, animals, zoos, animal sanctuaries or country parks, and you are in the Perthshire region, then the places below are recommended for you.

Zoo, Aquarium, Petting Zoo, Park and Wildlife closest to the middle of Perthshire

St Andrews Aquarium
St Andrews Aquarium, The Scores,
St Andrews, Fife,
KY16 9AS
Step through our doors and be transported into an underwater world of adventure and discovery. Come face to face with some of the most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous creatures of the watery worlds. From black tip reef sharks to spiders, lobsters to lionfish, poison dart frogs to piranhas, love ...More info...
28.9 miles
Deep Sea World
Deep Sea World, Battery Quarry,
North Queensferry, Fife,
KY11 1JR
Why not spend a day at the bottom of the sea? Dive into the deep at Deep Sea World with our huge sharks, Stella our stingray, tropical fish and much much more! See the wonders of the deep with our fascinating Sand Tiger sharks, our conger eels and a myriad of marine life as you walk underwater throu ...More info...
33.6 miles
Edinburgh Zoo
Corstorphine Road,
Murrayfield, Edinburgh
EH12 6TS
For a great day out, you cant beat Edinburgh Zoo. Our world-class attractions and our extensive animal collection will provide you and your family with memories to last a lifetime! ...More info...
39.0 miles
Loch Lomond Aquarium
Loch Lomond Aquarium Sea Life, Loch Lomond Shores,
Balloch, Strathclyde,
G83 8QL
SEA LIFE Loch Lomond Aquarium is just 30 minutes from Glasgow, situated on the stunning Loch Lomond Shores. The aquarium offers great fun for all the family, whatever the weather! We are open 7 days a week 10am-5pm (last admission at 4pm). ...More info...
53.4 miles
Scottish Sealife Sanctuary
The Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, Barcaldine,
Oban, Argyll
PA37 1SE
The Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary opens a window into a watery wonderland . . . teeming with amazing sea creatures of astonishing variety. Nestling amidst the pine trees on the shores of picturesque Loch Creran, the Centre combines a spectacular aquarium with a busy rescue and rehabilitation facility ...More info...
70.4 miles
Ayr Gorge Woodlands
Failford
Mauchline
KA5 5HN
The Ayr Gorge Woodlands reserve is a steep ravine of sandstone cliffs covered mainly with oak, ash and some very old majestic beeches. It is one of the most important ancient woodlands in Ayrshire for invertebrates, plants, fungi and bats including Daubentons and brown long-eared bats. It is part ...More info...
78.6 miles
WDCS Wildlife Centre
WDCS Wildlife Centre, Spey Bay,
Moray, Grampian,
IV32 7PJ
We regularly see the worlds largest bottlenose dolphin here at the Scottish Dolphin Centre on the mouth of the River Spey, making it one of the best places to go dolphin watching in the UK. No matter what the weather there is something for everyone: ...More info...
82.9 miles
Macduff Marine Aquarium
Macduff Marine Aquarium, 11 High Shore,
Macduff, Grampian,
AB44 1SL
Situated on Aberdeenshire’s scenic coast in the traditional fishing town of Macduff, Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, in a variety of exciting and innovative exhibits. Visitors come face to face with hundreds of native fish and invertebrates ...More info...
90.0 miles
Arnold Memorial
South west of Craster village
Craster Northumberland
NE66 3TW
The reserve lies on an outcrop of the Whin Sill; it is an old quarry with scrub and woodland. The woodland and scrub includes ash, elm, Scots pine, elder and gorse with willow fringing the stream. The reserve, an old quarry, is within Craster Heugh, an outcrop of the Whin Sill that provides an im ...More info...
102.0 miles
Lake District Coast Aquarium
Lake District Coast Aquarium, South Quay,
Maryport, Cumbria,
CA15 8AB
The Lake District Coast Aquarium is situated on the harbour side at Maryport in Cumbria The Lake district Coast Aquarium opened in May 1997 and since then we have won several tourism awards including the Cumbria Tourism Award 2010. The Lake District Coast Aquarium Maryport houses over 55 theme ...More info...
122.8 miles
Addison and Hedgefield
Hedgefield
Blaydon on Tyne
NE21 4NN
The woodland was once a thriving colliery and village where Alexander Graham Bell made the first underground telephone call. This place is a beautiful example of how nature reclaims land when people move on. From the woodland at Addison, to the scrub and grasslands at Hedgefield, this place is a ...More info...
125.4 miles
Blue Reef, Tyne and Wear
Blue Reef Aquarium, Grand Parade,
Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear,
NE30 4JF
Aquarium with display tanks for sharks and stingrays, plus daily seal shows, monkeys and a cafe ...More info...
129.4 miles
Augill Pasture
Brough
Cumbria
CA17 4DX
Around the remains of old lead smelt mills, species rich grasslands contain a huge variety of different meadow flowers such as orchids, melancholy thistle and devils-bit scabious. Highlights Springtime flower display of bluebells, primrose, wild garlic along with herb paris and globe flower ...More info...
143.8 miles
Lakes Aquarium
Lakes Aquarium, Lakeside,
Newby Bridge, Cumbria,
LA12 8AS
The Lakes Aquarium is top of the list of where to go and what to do in the Lake District. Visit us on the tranquil shore of Windermere, one the largest tourist attractions in the South Lakes region of Cumbria, for a great family day out. Lakes Aquarium welcomes families, schools and educational t ...More info...
154.3 miles
Holme Open Farm
Sedbergh,
Cumbria,
LA10 5ET
Holme Open Farm is a traditional dales working farm situated between the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the Lune Valley. The Farm is run by David and Angela Metcalfe. ...More info...
155.2 miles

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