Admission Prices Inc. Donation Exc. Donation
Adult £21.95 £19.95
Children (3-15 Years) £15.95 £14.50
Under 3's FREE FREE
Senior Citizen (65 Years+) £19.95 £18.10
Registered Disabled    
Child / Adult / Carer £10.95 £9.95

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Enjoy Good Food and Great Conservation!

As the summer departs and the freeze begins, many of us want to get together with friends before the big pre-Christmas hibernation sets in. Now the Zoological Society of East Anglia (known as ZSEA and […]

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It’s all Black & White at Africa Alive!

In the space of three months, Africa Alive! has experienced three high profile births that are simply….black & white! The first was a West African black crowned crane chick that hatched on the 24th of […]

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Africa Alive! voted a finalist in the group travel awards

Staff at Africa Alive! are delighted to hear that the park has been voted a finalist in the 2016 Group Travel Awards, category Best Animal or Sea Life Attraction for Groups. The UK Group Travel […]

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Join us for a fun-filled conservation weekend at Africa Alive! celebrating lemurs and our conservation partner AEECL https://t.co/SRZ2hgr5ki

Africa Alive! offers curriculum-linked Discovery Sessions and excellent school rates for visiting educational groups https://t.co/OUbbY5dKIf

Nile lechews - Males are black brown with long, lyre shaped horns, whilst females are yellow-brown and lack horns. https://t.co/BZXXUdnyi1


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