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That said, we need your help – now more than ever If you are able to and would like to offer any additional support to ZSEA to assist us with the ongoing costs you can in a number of ways. Click here to find out how:

Admission Prices Inc. Donation Exc. Donation
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
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Child / Adult / Carer £7.45 £6.75

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ZSEA donates £25,000 to vital rhino conservation

The Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA) are committed to protecting animals and their habitats for future generations and through the ZSEA Conservation Fund, have donated £25,000 to ‘Save the Rhino International’ to support vital […]

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It’s time to count the animals!

Spare a thought for the keeping staff at two of the region’s top zoo’s Africa Alive! and Banham Zoo who have started the New Year in style – by counting and recording every single animal […]

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Record-breaking visitor numbers for the East Anglia’s top rated Zoos

The Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA) are delighted that its award winning visitor attractions, Africa Alive! in Suffolk and Banham Zoo in Norfolk have smashed their all-time visitor records breaking all previous best years […]

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LAUNCH OF NEW CONSERVATION FUND

Zoological Society of East Anglia Pledge to save animals from extinction with first donation from NEW ZSEA CONSERVATION FUND   PROFESSOR DAVID FIELD, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SPRAYS PAUL SMITH PERFUME ON A CHEQUE FROM THE ZOOLOGICAL […]

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How many species did we count!

Whilst crowds listened to the banging beats of the music festival Latitude, just 10 miles up the A12, an enthusiastic team from the Zoological Society of East Anglia were busy listening for another beat – […]

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AFRICA ALIVE! IS CURRENTLY CLOSED

That said, we need your help – now more than ever

If you are able to and would like to offer any additional support to ZSEA to assist us with the ongoing costs you can in a number of ways.

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