Re-opening 20th July
Thank you for everything you have done so far – When you next visit we know things will feel a little different from pre-booking and pre-purchasing your timed tickets to social distancing and one way systems.
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Our learning resources pages are packed with information about rainforests and sustainable living.
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What to see
Come to the Living Rainforest to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a lush tropical rainforest. Our three glasshouses are home to over 850 rainforest plants and animals – including rare and endangered species of global conservation value.
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Adopt an animal
Adopt an animal at the Living Rainforest today. You can adopt Cinnamon the sloth, Sooty the Goeldi monkey and many more. Adoptions make great gifts, and include free entry so you can visit your adopted animal any time.
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Learn about the rainforest
Despite covering just 6% of the earth rainforests contain half of our plants and animals. Learn more and get a glimpse of what you will see on your visit in our video.
Highly recommended!Perfect school trip for School children. We had a fantastic time and learnt a lot about the rainforest animals, plants and their adaptation to their habitat. Highly recommended!From TripAdvisor
Love it hereWe have visited several times and find it a fascinating place to visit. There's lots to see and do, especially for children. I particularly love the sloth. Was great watching her at feed time interacting with her patient team worker. Great to see the snakes and the learning session for kids is brilliant.From TripAdvisor
Great valueI came here with my daughter and grandchildren during the school summer holidays. Totally enjoyed our day, and came back again. It's fab that when you buy a ticket, it's valid for a whole year so can come back numerous times. The grandchildren were in awe of the sloth!!! Will definitely go back again, and again!!!From TripAdvisor
Good learning place for young childrenWent with granddaughter, she loved it. There was a lot to see and do. There are quiz, colouring, dot to dot, find plants and animals and other pages of fun for the kids to do. As you walk around the massive greenhouses seeing lots of different types of plants and trees, you come across birds and animals, some in tanks and glass enclosures, some are wandering around with the visitors. There are frogs, lizard, snakes, fish and more.From TripAdvisor