Zoo & Wildlife Farms in Newcastle upon Tyne
Animal Man’s Mini Zoo provide Children’s animal parties in Newcastle area. For a great animal party and loads of hands on animal experience invite them to your kids party for a birthday to remember. Daily shows allow you to pat a wombat, cuddle up to a koala, touch a reptile and watch the monkeys and other animals being fed. There is a wide variety of animals including; Monkeys, American Alligators, Tasmanian Devils, Kangaroos, Koalas, Dingoes, Reptiles, Birds, new animals such as the Maned Wolf, Meerkats, Fennec Foxes and more. The friendly keepers are on-hand to answer all your questions. Hunter Valley Zoo provides free gas barbecue facilities and undercover seating, so bring the family for a picnic lunch in the fun relaxed atmosphere. They also have animal encounters available so you can get up close with some of the animals. The Australian Reptile Park is the best family FUN day out! Exciting wildlife shows, loads of animal interaction and great customer service is what they are famous for!
Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens opened in May 2011. The zoo is part of Northumberland College's Kirkley Hall Campus and was set up as an educational training facility for the college’s Animal Care students as well as becoming a tourist attraction on weekends and school holidays. Since opening the zoo has grown massively and now boasts over 130 species of animals, reptiles and birds including alpacas, ring tailed lemurs, marmosets, capybara, emus, wallabies, kookaburras, snakes, lizards and smaller domestic animals in our petting barn.
The company provide animal workshops taking the animals to schools to add new excitement to lessons. They are specialising in animal workshops in schools, sensory sessions in retirement homes, hospices, and hospital with their hands on sessions. They provide animal entertainment for weddings and christenings, scouts, beaver groups etc with our amazing animals. This unique experience gives children the chance to have close encounters with live animals, many of which are rarely seen in real lives.