Home Educators Day

Tuesday 4th September & Wednesday 5th September | 10.00am - 12.00pm


When? Tuesday 4th September & Wednesday 5th September

What time? 10.00am – 12.00pm

How to book? To book your spot just call us on 0151 430 9009 (ext. 2) between 10am and 6pm.

Call 0151 430 9009 to book


Join us for our Tiger themed day aimed at 7+ year olds. Limited places are available and must be booked and paid for in advance.

Included in your day:

The day’s activities start at 10.15 am, so make sure you get here by 10.00am

You 2 hour activity session will start with creating enrichment for our animals. Enrichment is an important part of safari life, find out why as you create your own. You’ll be using tools in this session so children must be 7+ years old. Your enrichment devices will then be used by our meerkats and our bats! So you can come away from the day knowing you’ve made some of our smallest critters very happy!

The second part of your session will be all about the inner workings of a zoo or safari. Find out how we design our enclosures, such as the brand new tiger trail. Discover what makes this fantastic not just for our visitors but for the tigers themselves! Then you’ll be designing your very own safari!

Our activities finish at 12.00pm but families are welcome to stay in the park for some more exploring.


Please note:

The day is aimed for children aged 7+ because of the use of tools.



£12 per child with one FREE adult

£12 per extra adult

If you’d like to book onto the baboon bus during your self guided time you can do so here.


Payment is due on booking, places are non-transferable and non-refundable. Places are limited and  must be booked in advance.

To book your spot just call us on 0151 430 9009 (ext. 2)

Call 0151 430 9009 to book


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