Lions and tigers and bears… oh my! Rachel Bailey reports back from a safari-themed weekend at Port Lympne in Kent, highlighting why a trip to the animal reserve is a must for other groups.
VisitBritain’s annual study on the number of visits to different attractions has been released, with two London sites taking first place in the top ten paid and free places to go.
The North West Bird Watching Festival will return to the WWT (The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust) Martin Mere Wetland Centre in November, bringing together a wide range of expert speakers in Lancashire.
ZSL London Zoo has opened its new Animal Adventure mini zoo, consisting of a nature-inspired adventure play park, a Splash Zone and more than 50 animals on display.
Some of the country’s top attractions and tour operators have been getting into the April Fools’ spirit today with some weird and wonderful pranks.
Plans at Chester Zoo in 2019 include the arrival of previously unseen species and a number of hands-on exhibitions.
Koala Creek is due to open in March 2019 and will allow visitors to get up close to koalas and wombats.
As part of the prehistoric experience, a collection of life-sized dinosaurs will join animals at Marwell Zoo in 2019.
Scotland is home to a diverse range of wildlife, and you can discover this on a visit to one of its many animal-themed attractions.
Returning on 9th November, 2018 The Festival of Light will take visitors on a journey through time and space.
Plan unforgettable group experiences with visits to ZSL London Zoo in Regent’s Park and the UK’s largest zoo, Whipsnade in Bedfordshire.
A new Christmas light trail, featuring light up animal sculptures, will be one of the highlights at ZSL London Zoo.
Bob Streatfeild talks career highlights, his love for zoology and group recommendations.
The St Ermin’s Hotel, which is home to over 350,000 honeybees, will hold a series of beekeeping workshops this summer.