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Written on: 02/09/2016
Lovely day out here really enjoyed it. Was disappointed when we went to the cafe at dinner. My son has an eating disorder and the range of warm food was dismal so we couldn't get him any dinner. He would have eaten chips but the cafe didn't even serve that but the little bit we did purchase was lovely… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2014 by TyroneLeblanc72 (1 review written)
Where can i start the animal enclosures look dirty to small for animals we saw tigers and other cats that were pacing up and down the same pattern like they were board the water in some enclosure were duty stinking and full of weeds the alligators enclosure smelt so much my son and daughter ran out and through up because of the smell in there not much of a play area for kids a couple of rope to climb on i think the admission price is to expensive for what their is we were round the zoo and back… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2013 by WazG (1 review written)
What a great day out reasonably priced admission reasonably priced food in the restaurant clean tidy and very friendly staff. Lots of animals to see and lots to keep all ages occupied for the whole day. Thoroughly enjoyable. If you want to go back to your car for lunch or whatever you can get a stamp pass to get back in and it's only a minutes walk back to the car park. I would highly recommend Thrigy Hall for a top day out… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2011
in a party of 6 over sixties, 2 thirties and 2 four year olds, have never been more dissapointed and disgusted with the way animals are kept, surely in this day and age this is illegal. the big cats all pacing the same track in their small enclosures, obviously going out of their minds with bordem. crocodiles laid in stagnent water. in the bird enclosure there was different stages of dead birds decomposing stuck in the netting. all the grounds were just overgrown and unkept. the owners need to… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/05/2010
we visited thrigby in may 2010.there were 2 60 year olds,a 36year old and a 10 year old.we all really enjoyed our day.all the animals were out and very active.the staff were friendly and informative.we would deffinitely recommend a visit.if its warm take a picnic,if not the cafe was good value for money.we walked round the park twice because we didnt want to miss anything.good value all round!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2009
what a disappointment!!, cages at thrigby hall are empty and dirty, gardens needing attention, not good value for money, you can see evrything in under 2 hours. The tropical house needed a good wash down, the willow patterned garen needed a paint up… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2008
Please don't miss out on the best day that you will experience in this area… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2008 by peterj007 (1 review written)
A very good 1/2 day out and I thought the admission was very reasonable. I've not seen such a large crocodile and alligator exhibit anywhere else in the U.K… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/06/2007 by escrivener (3 reviews written)
The woman on the front desk, who is about 80, is so rude, she snatches your money and at £16 for two adults it's a bloody rip off. We touched a brochure and she shouted £1.50 whilst snatching it back. You don't mind paying that kind of money when the place looks well kept, when the animals can move a little more freely and when they look happy. Thrigby Hall a disgusting place and I will be telling everyone not to bother… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2006 by carl Groombridge (20 reviews written)
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens a wonderful park with great childrens play facilities. Tiger walks with a twist!!
The educational impact is limited with respect to information boards and conservation of the species. However the environment for both animal and person is pleasent.
Stimulation and enrichment for the animals has improved year on year. I visited in June 2005 and enjoyed the visit.
If you like crocs and tigers you will enjoy your visit… Read Full Review
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