Entry to Welsh Mountain Zoo and Humboldt Penguin Encounter for Two
Situated in Colwyn Bay, the Welsh Mountain Zoo is set in 37 acres of picturesque land overlooking the Welsh mountains. It is home to a variety of different creatures and offers some unique animal encounters. Delight in the chance to get up close to the Humboldt penguins and feed them. Interact and learn all about these adorable little creatures. Make the most of this exciting trip to the zoo and explore the rest of the animals that live there. Take a stroll around for a chance to see the tigers, bears, birds, reptiles and more. Make some magnificent memories with an unforgettable day at the zoo. Get ready to enjoy a unique animal encounter and a day full of wild fun.
- Entry to the Welsh Mountain Zoo for two
- Delight in an animal encounter with the Humboldt penguins
- Meet, interact, feed and learn about these cute creatures
- Availability Description
Valid for two people. Available week round, year round excluding bank holiday weekends and during the Easter holidays. Bookings can be made via email only. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age: 7 years. Children under 16 must be supervised by an adult over 18. Pregnant women cannot take part in an animal experience without first seeking advice from their doctor and proof will be required. Not suitable for those allergic to dust, animal fur or bedding. All participants must be up to date with their tetanus vaccinations. A reasonable level of fitness is required to take part in all experiences.
The experience itself lasts for around 20–30 minutes in total. Feel free to explore the zoo at leisure during opening times.
- Dress Code
Please wear comfortable clothing suitable for all weathers and for working with the animals, including trousers and closed toe shoes such as trainers, walking boots or wellingtons. The zoo reserves the right to refuse those who does not wear suitable clothing without offering a refund.
- Other Info
Participants will be asked to leave if they behave inappropriately or in an unsafe manner that could put themselves, staff and others or animals at risk.