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Adult £14.95 £13.55
Children (3-15 Years) £10.95 £9.95
Under 3's FREE FREE
Senior Citizen (65 Years+) £12.95 £11.75
Registered Disabled    
Child / Adult / Carer £7.45 £6.75

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Rare Baby Colobus Born

Latest Birth at the Park! Staff at Africa Alive! were overjoyed to find a very welcome addition to the parks growing family of king colobus monkeys. This rare primate from the tropical rainforests of West […]

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Zoo Keepers, Staff and Friends conquer Three Peaks Challange

On Saturday 22nd September keepers and staff from Africa Alive! set off, along with their friends, on a big challenge – to walk each of the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, all in […]

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‘Animals have such a power to do good’ says new boss of Banham Zoo & Africa Alive!

  A critically endangered animal known as Asia’s unicorn, and almost as mythical as the name suggests, links eastern Vietnam’s Ammanite mountain range with a seaside village on Suffolk’s east coast in a project that […]

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Birth of Zebra on the African Plains!

Animal Keeping staff at Africa Alive! are proud to announce the birth of a Chapman’s zebra.  The strong healthy (and very cute) foal was born at the park on the 18th July and is being […]

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Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! drive the move against single use plastic

Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! have joined with other zoos across the UK to remove all single-use plastic drink bottles from their shelves, as part of a campaign to help protect the world’s oceans from […]

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