Chester Zoo anual passes from £90
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Chester Zoo anual passes from £90

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Found 24th MarEdited by:"RUSSt"
Single Adult£90
Joint Adult £155
Child 3-17 £50
Family2A 1C £185
Family 2AD 1C £227
Prices for single parent familes als available
Prices are by direct debi This price includes visits to the followin zoos
  • Bristol Zoo Gardens
  • Colchester Zoo
  • Edinburgh Zoo
  • Marwell Wildlife
  • Newquay Zoo
  • Paignton Zoo & Living Coasts
  • Twycross Zoo
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Original Poster
  • Bristol Zoo Gardens
  • Colchester Zoo
  • Edinburgh Zoo
  • Marwell Wildlife
  • Newquay Zoo
  • Paignton Zoo & Living Coasts
  • Twycross Zoo
FREE VISITS TO OTHER ZOOS with this membership
Not bad if you like touring the UK by car, visiting a zoo when you get to a new place
Original Poster
great for days out while board on the beach in Devon lol
Standard annual membership prices.
Not all all memberships are the same price. Look at Edinburgh for example....
Membership PricesTicket TypePrice
Direct Debit
Adult£65.00£63.50£ Joint Adult£102.00£99.50£ Child (3-15 yrs)£32.00£31.50£ Fulltime Student£48.00£47.00£
They only allow one free visit per year to Chester but the other zoos can be visited multiple times. This may benefit someone who has a different local zoo but has higher annual membership fees.
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Zoos are vile and outdated. Don’t fund them.
hoglet1 h, 35 m ago

Zoos are vile and outdated. Don’t fund them.


Some Zoos are outdated and shouldn't be funded, but please don't get them mixed up with Chester zoo. I don't know about others in the UK but, Chester have always been heavily involved in conservation and protection rather than blind profiteering.
I remember visiting Chester Zoo very many years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday; I remember a polar bear in a concrete enclosure rocking, and swinging its head from side to side continuously . It is an image that has stayed with me my entire life
Edited by: "PrincessJellybean" 24th Mar
PrincessJellybean1 h, 7 m ago

I remember visiting Chester Zoo very many years ago, I remember it like it …I remember visiting Chester Zoo very many years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday; I remember a polar bear in a concrete enclosure rocking, and swinging its head from side to side continuously . It is an image that has stayed with me my entire life


Wasn't that colwyn bay?
iangriffo106613 m ago

Wasn't that colwyn bay?


No, it was Chester Zoo.
BIGUSHEADUS3 h, 50 m ago

Some Zoos are outdated and shouldn't be funded, but please don't get them …Some Zoos are outdated and shouldn't be funded, but please don't get them mixed up with Chester zoo. I don't know about others in the UK but, Chester have always been heavily involved in conservation and protection rather than blind profiteering.



I respect your opinion but have you seen the kind of animals they have? How many of them need to be kept in a zoo because they are endangered? Not that many. It’s simply for the visitors amusement. It’s a terrible way to keep animals. Outdated and cruel
Edited by: "hoglet" 24th Mar
hoglet1 h, 24 m ago

I respect your opinion but have you seen the kind of animals they have? …I respect your opinion but have you seen the kind of animals they have? How many of them need to be kept in a zoo because they are endangered? Not that many. It’s simply for the visitors amusement. It’s a terrible way to keep animals. Outdated and cruel


Yes you're completely right; I don't know the figures on the amount of species they've helped survive like they are currently doing with the jarvan green magpie, but does that necessitate non endangered captive animals like their colony of penguins kept in incredibly small spaces compared to their wild counterparts, no, and I wholly agree with you.

I think it comes down to how much in a direct or tertiary way they have contributed to the betterment of the preservation of animals through either direct funding or by people finding their love for animals there and going on to donate or support them in other ways.

Like princessjellybean said, there are certain animals even in Chester (which is far above every zoo in UK in terms of animal care) that are ill-treated, however indirectly.

Like you said hoglet, it's an unnecessary amusement in the main and it would be far better to donate directly.
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