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Adult £23.00 £20.68
Children (3-15 Years) £16.50 £15.00
Under 3's £1.10 £1.00
Concession (Senior 65+/Student) £19.25 £17.50
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Child / Adult / Carer £11.00 £10.00

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Activities & Education Centre

Due to ongoing maintenance work, the Activities & Education Centre is currently closed. We apologise for any disappointment. We hope to be ready to welcome visitors very soon!

Our large, indoor Education Centre is the ideal spot for younger visitors to discover more about the natural world – and also to let off some steam! The Centre includes a soft play area for young children, puzzles & games, as well as the chance to get hands on with some amazing animal artefacts!

The Centre is also home to a number of reptile, invertebrate and small mammal species  – so don’t miss the opportunity to see these amazing animals up close.


East African Land Snail

Achatina fulica

All giant African land snails are Molluscs (shelled animals) and belong to the class ‘Gastropods’, which includes slugs, snails and limpets



Size: Around 20cm in length



This species of giant land snail is found in East African woodlands and savannahs, in countries such as Kenya and Tanzania.



East African land snails eat fruit, vegetable matter and foliage. They also eat bones or shells to provide calcium, which is necessary for the production of their shells.



African land snails lay eggs. This species can lay between 30-1000 white/yellow eggs up to 6 times a year. The eggs hatch after around 2 weeks and the snails can live up to 10 years.



East African land snails are not endangered. They have been introduced to many areas including the USA, where they pose a threat to native wildlife.

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