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Go tropical this half-term!

If the dreary February drizzle is getting you down, why not escape to the tropics for the day?

Immerse yourself in the warm, humid tropical rainforest – and see how many of the Living Rainforest’s 700 species of rainforest plants and animals you can find during your visit. 

The Living Rainforest has planned a full schedule of daily events to help visitors get the most from their visit, including:

  • daily animal talks (topics include endangered animals, primates, crocodiles, toucans & agoutis, birds, invertebrates & the forest floor, and the Amazon River)
  •  complimentary 45-minute guided tours of the Rainforest (requires booking on arrival – first come, first served!)
  • a ‘Creatures of the Canopy’ children’s craft workshop 
  • Madagascar’s Future talk by a member of our staff who recently travelled there, and
  • Rainforest guides on hand to answer visitors’ questions

For events times and dates, please consult the Events Calendar.

We hope you can join us!

on 'Go tropical this half-term!'

  1. jan mcmackin says:

    Our daughter has been here before and would like to come again.

  2. belle says:

    Had lots of fun and there is lots to see, Highly Recommend it..

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