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

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Herefordshire 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 Herefordshire region, then the places below are recommended for you.

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

Aileshurst Coppice
Near the village of Leigh Sinton
Malvern Worcestershire
WR13 5EB
A small woodland of oak & ash This small woodland near Leigh Sinton was established as a nature reserve to protect the rare yellow star-of-Bethlehem that is found here. The presence of this plant resulted in the reserve being designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in 1970. The ...More info...
14.6 miles
Ashleworth Ham
In-between Ashleworth and Hasfield.
Gloucestershire
GL19 4LD
Ashleworth Ham lies in the floodplains of the Severn Vale and is part of a much larger SSSI. It floods easily, particularly over the winter, which makes it the perfect wetland for overwintering wildfowl. Ashleworth Ham nature reserve lies in the floodplains of the River Severn. Over winter months ...More info...
19.5 miles
Avon Valley
Defford
Worcestershire
WR8 9BE
Several pieces of rough grassland and willows alongside the River Avon that contain a rich variety of wildlife. The reserves fall within, and are important components of, the Severn and Avon Vales Living Landscape Area; one of seven priorities in Worcestershire for its Living Landscapes approach. ...More info...
22.7 miles
Arle Grove
The reserve lies around 500m north of Dowdeswell
Cheltenham Gloucestershire
GL54 4EZ
Arle Grove is a species-rich ancient woodland and boasts a wealth of flora and fauna. Arle Grove is species rich ancient woodland which was donated to the Trust in 2009. The site is a Key Wildlife Site and is home to a wide range of ancient woodland species. Surveys are ongoing. ...More info...
29.9 miles
Abercamlo Bog
Near Llanyre on Gravel Road, 1/3 mile south of the A44, 3/4 mile west of Crossgates
Llandrindod Wells Powys
LD1 6RH
A wet heathy pasture with scrub and basin mires formed after deglaciation 10,000 years ago The special interest of this reserve lies in the basin mires, which contain several species of Sphagnum Moss, as well as species such as round-leaved sundew, cranberry, bogbean and marsh cinquefoil. There ...More info...
33.0 miles
Domestic Fowl
The Domestic Fowl Trust, Station Road, Honeybourne,
Evesham Worcestershire,
WR11 7QZ
There are 20 acres in which to view fowl, duck, geese, turkeys bantams and rare breed farm animals. We have indoor and outdoor play areas for the children ...More info...
34.8 miles
Cotswold Farm Park
Cotswold Farm Park, Guiting Power,
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire,
GL54 5UG
Established in 1971, the Farm Park can be aptly described as a pageant of history on four legs. Alongside our serious aims of conservation and education, visitors of all ages will find themselves easily entertained. On display is an unrivalled collection of rare breeds of British farm animals includ ...More info...
35.1 miles
Dudley Zoo
Dudley & West Midlands Zoological Society,
2 The Broadway, Dudley, West Midlands,
DY1 4QB
DZG is home to more than 1300 animals, and has nigh on 200 species, including some of the rarest creatures on Planet Earth. ...More info...
38.6 miles
Blaise Hamlet
Henbury
Bristol
BS10 7QY
Nine rustic cottages around a green A delightful hamlet of nine picturesque cottages laid out around an open green. The hamlet, which is four miles north of the city centre, was built in 1811 to accommodate retired staff from Blaise Castle estate in Henbury. Designed by John Nash each cotta ...More info...
39.3 miles
Cotswold Falconry
Batsford Park,
Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire,
GL56 9QB
Housing 80 to 100 individual birds of pray. Daily flying displays lasting up to one hour. ...More info...
39.6 miles
Westbury College Gatehouse
College Road, Westbury-on-Trym
Bristol
BS9 3EH
15th-century gatehouse Medieval gatehouse to the 13th-century College of Priests - where the 14th-century theological reformer, John Wyclif, lived. The College consists of the gate tower, west wing and two turrets. These are all that remain of a medieval college of priests that was founded in ...More info...
40.2 miles
Birdland Park
Birdland Park and Gardens, Rissington Road,
Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire,
GL54 2BN
Birdland is a natural setting inhabited by over 500 birds from around the world, including the only King Penguins in England and over 50 aviaries of parrots, falcons, pheasants, hornbills, toucans, touracos, pigeons and ibis. Tropical, Desert and Toucan Houses are home to the more delicate species. ...More info...
40.6 miles
Mary Ardens Farm
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street,
Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire,
CV37 6QW
was the home of Shakespeares grandparents and the childhood home of Shakespeares mother, Mary Arden. Be surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of a Tudor farm and discover the daily routine of a 16th Century farm and marvel as the farmer, maid and labourer bring the farm to life. Interact wit ...More info...
40.9 miles
Stratford Butterfly Farm
Stratford Butterfly Farm, Swans Nest Lane,
Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire,
CV37 7LS
Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching hundreds of the worlds most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around. You can see them feeding and flying in a wonderful tropical environment. Whatever the weather stroll through the wonderful world of an exotic rainforest: a lush landscape of tr ...More info...
41.2 miles
Butts Farm
Butts Farm Shop, South Cerney,
Cirencester, Gloucestershire,
GL7 5QE
Rare Breeds farm where visitors can cuddle the bunnies, give lambs and goat kids their bottles, also pony rides. ...More info...
41.8 miles

Petting Zoos Parks Animals Wildlife Aquariums Nature Near Herefordshire

Almeley Aymestrey Brockhampton Bromyard Canon_Pyon Carey Clifford Clyro Credenhill Dormington Eardisland Glasbury Goodrich Hampton_Bishop Hay_On_Wye Hereford Hoarwithy Holme_Lacy Kimbolton Kington Kinnersley Knighton Ledbury Leintwardine Leominster Little_Cowarne Little_Tarrington Lugwardine Luntley Madley Michaelchurch_Escley Mordiford Mortimers_Cross Much_Birch Much_Cowarne Much_Marcle Orleton Pembridge Peterchurch Ross_On_Wye Ruckhall Sellack Shobdon Stanford_Bishop Symonds_Yat Tillington Trumpet Ullingswick Upper_Sapey Upton_Bishop Walterstone Wellington Wellington_Heath Weobley Weston_Under_Penyard Whitbourne Wigmore Wilton Winforton Woofferton Woolhope Wormsley Yarpole

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