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

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

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

Rutland Falconry Centre
Burley Bushes, Exton Lane, Exton,
Oakham, Rutland,
LE15 7TA
The Rutland Falconry and Owl centre is a popular place to be and not just for people. It seems that this little corner of British countryside in the heart of beautiful Rutland, has become a sought after location for all manner of wildlife too. Since Chris Lawton chose the spot to house a fascinat ...More info...
2.8 miles
Sacrewell Farm
Sacrewell Farm & Country Centre, Thornhaugh,
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire,
PE8 6HJ
In 1086 the Doomsday shows evidence that there were 3 Watermills in the Wittering area, the mill at Sacrewell Farm was probably one of them. In January 1964 The William Scott Abbott Trust was formed with aims to advance all forms of agricultural practices on the working Farm and to ...More info...
10.4 miles
West Lodge Farm Park
West Lodge Farm Park, Back Lane, Desborough,
Kettering, Northamptonshire,
NN14 2SH
At West Lodge as well as being a working mixed farm we are interested in ensuring the continuation of rare British breeds and this is reflected in the variety of sheep, cattle and pigs you will see around the farm in the paddocks and under cover in the five barns around the park. There is also a chi ...More info...
15.6 miles
Hamerton Zoo
Hamerton Zoo Park, Hamerton,
Nr Sawtry, Cambridgeshire,
PE28 5RE
has over one hundred rare and exotic animals to see, including cheetahs, aardwolves, howler monkeys, wolves and white bengal tigers. The Stroll a Safari allows you to get up close to the family of Pygmy Goats and you can even feed them. An offer to meet with and perhaps even touch one of the resid ...More info...
21.6 miles
Arnolds Meadow
East side of Coronation Channel
Spalding Lincolnshire
PE12 6BQ
A hay meadow and ponds, bounded by woodland and mature hedgerow. Half of the area of this triangular-shaped reserve is taken up by a hay meadow, the centre of which is flooded in autumn and winter. The remaining half consists of three areas of water: a moat round an island and two shallow ponds o ...More info...
22.9 miles
Attenborough Nature Centre
Toton
Nottinghamshire
NG9 6DY
This beautiful complex of flooded former gravel pits and islands provides 360 acres of exceptional habitat for a wide range of plants, birds and other wildlife. The Nature Reserve is nationally designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the award-winning Nature Centre is an ideal ...More info...
30.2 miles
Houghton Mill
Houghton, Huntingdon
Cambridgeshire
PE28 2AZ
Impressive working 18th-century watermill Follow this amazing survival story of a mill that was almost demolished, then saved by the local villagers and restored to working order to carry on the tradition of milling on this site for over 1,000 years. Set in an idyllic village location on an ...More info...
31.3 miles
Thurleigh Farm Centre
Thurleigh Farm Centre, Cross End,
Thurleigh, Bedfordshire,
MK44 2EE
Lots of animals to see and feed big and small. Also has a indoor and outdoor adventure playgrounds, - The indoor centre includes an Astra Glide 3 Lane Slide, Labyrinth Climb, Aerial Runway Leap, Giant Cheese Causeway, Pyramid Climb, Ball Pool and Biff n Bash. Outdoor Centre - Outdoors Archery, kid ...More info...
31.8 miles
Raptor Foundation
The Raptor Foundation, The Heath, St. Ives Road,
Woodhurst, Cambridgeshire,
PE28 3BT
was set up to provide a rescue service and 24 hour care and rehabilitation facilities for injured raptors and a permanent, caring environment for raptors unable to return to the wild. They are committed to increasing rare species, and sharing knowledge and information on the medical treatment and r ...More info...
32.4 miles
Ashlawn Cutting
0.5 miles south from the centre of Rugby
Rugby Warwickshire
CV22 5JX
A steep sided disused railway cutting consisting of limestone grassland. This is a good site for common blue and green hairstreak butterflies. Slicing through lias clay soils, this superb railway cutting holds a splendid collection of flowering plants. surrounded by agriculturally improved farmla ...More info...
32.8 miles
Peckover House
North Brink, Wisbech
Cambridgeshire
PE13 1JR
Elegant Georgian town house with wonderful walled garden Peckover House is a secret gem, an oasis hidden away in an urban environment. A classic Georgian merchants town house, it was lived in by the Peckover family for 150 years. The Peckovers were staunch Quakers, which meant they had a ver ...More info...
33.3 miles
Wild Britain
Address:Wild Britain, Renhold Road,
Wilden, Bedfordshire,
MK44 2PX
is home to a tropical butterfly house, animal farm, hedgehog play nature trail, minibeasts and much more. Visitors are free to view the free flying exotic butterflies. ...More info...
34.7 miles
Old Dairy Farm Centre
Old Dairy Farm Craft Centre,
Upper Stowe, nr Weedon, Northamptonshire,
NN7 4SH
We have a small selection of animals at the centre which are on show to visitors. Currently, we have six Alpacas, two Kune-Kune pigs, two pygmy goats, several sheep, cockerels, chickens, ducks, budgerigars, parakeets and several cats. At 5.15pm each day, we can offer up to twelve people the chance ...More info...
35.9 miles
Twycross Zoo
Twycross Zoo,
Atherstone, Warwickshire,
CV9 3PX
Animals come in all shapes and sizes, from leopards to lemurs, parrots to prairie dogs and tortoises to tarantulas. Twycross Zoo cares for around 500 animals of almost 150 species of bigger animals, including many endangered species, plus hundreds of creepy crawlies too. ...More info...
37.3 miles
Willington Dovecote and Stables
Church End, Willington
Bedford, Bedfordshire
MK44 3PX
Outstanding 16th-century stone dovecote and stable building Enjoy the tranquil setting of this outstanding 16th-century stone-built dovecote and stable buildings, which nestles alongside Willington church. Home to over 1,500 resident pigeons, a nesting site for barn owls and kestrels, the do ...More info...
37.6 miles

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