Visit the animals

From pigs to snakes to butterflies – there are so many different animals you can visit in Worcestershire and nearby. Why not try some of the places listed below.

Attwell Farm Park

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Attwell Farm Park is a Three Generation Family Run Farm, Giving Family’s a fantastic Day out with all your favorite Farm Animals from Baby Chicks to Cows!

For more see our review here

“Attwell Farm Park is a lovely smaller farm which is well spaced and well cared for. It is a perfect way to spend a couple of hours looking at all your normal farmyard animals plus emus, llamas and other activities to enjoy”

– Family Life Worcestershire

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Stratford Butterfly Farm

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Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is a unique, rainforest environment, with splashing waterfalls, tropical blossoms and fish-filled pools. Rain or shine, you can discover many of the world’s most beautiful and brightly coloured butterflies. In the Discovery Zone, observe the amazing life-cycle of a butterfly, you may even see a butterfly hatch from its pupa. Minibeast Metropolis is teeming with life, where stick insects and beetles live alongside snakes, spiders and one of the largest leafcutter ant colonies on display in the UK! To complete your visit take a look in the nature inspired gift shop.

For more see Family Life Worcestershire’s review here

“We love coming to Stratford Butterfly Farm. Great all year round, it is a perfect way to spend an hour spotting pretty butterflies plus other wonderful creatures”.

Family Life Worcestershire

http://www.butterflyfarm.co.uk/attraction/index.php


West Midlands Safari Park

Take the 4 mile drive around the Safari and come face to face with some of the fastest, tallest and cutest animals around. Then follow this with a wander around the Discovery Trail visiting Mark O’Shea’s Reptile World, Twilight Cave, Creepy Crawlies, SeaQuarium, Sea Lion Theatre, Penguin Cove and the noisy Lorikeet Landing exhibit.

“There is so much to do here other than the drive around safari. I was amazed that we filled the whole day and there was still more we could do. This is on the pricier side so possibly better saved for a special treat but you can reduce costs with advance booking, Tesco vouchers and taking your own food”

– Family Life Worcestershire

For more see their website

 


 

If you like your animals a little more prehistoric why not have a look at The Ultimate Dinosaur Guide for Worcestershire

 


Information checked at the time of writing but it is advised to check with the organiser before attending.

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