- All Ages
- Zoos and Wildlife Parks
Trentham Monkey Forest is planning to re-open following the Covid-19 outbreak on 25th June 2020. Tickets will be limited and only available via online booking.
If you go down to the woods today you won’t see a bear, but you will see a lot of monkeys at Trentham Monkey Forest!
Set in 60 acres of ancient Staffordshire woodland, this unique attraction is home to 140 free roaming Barbary Macaques. It’s as close to seeing these animals in their natural habitat as you’ll get, with no cages or bars to hinder your view. Follow the ¾ of a mile visitor pathway to meet the two groups of monkeys, who live in growing family groups where you can watch all of their daily interactions unfold and even see baby monkeys!
There are lots of information boards throughout the woods that give you information on the endangered species and friendly guides are on hand to answer any questions.
There's even an adventure playground for your little monkeys to let off some steam.
- Discover Barbary Macaques living as they would in the wild
- Guides explain the monkey antics as they occur
- Hourly feeding talks
14th - 15th March: 10:00 - 17:00
1 hour before attraction closes
Kids (3-14): £7.50
*Conditions apply. Please see attraction website for details.
Trentham Estate, Stone Road, Trentham, Staffordshire, ST4 8AY, England
01782 659 845
WebsiteClick here to visit Trentham Monkey Forest's website.
Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
Yes, Trentham Monkey Forest is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.
Due to the terrain, not all areas are suitable for wheelchair use.
Yes, Trentham Monkey Forest have stated they are pushchair friendly.
No dogs allowed
Great morning out 5 out of 5 stars
Its a lovely, simple idea for a morning/afternoon out. The amount of monkeys we saw was unbelievable. My daughter absolutely loved it. There is a play park and a lovely cafe as well with ample seating inside and out.. perfect for all the family. thank you!hannahbown
Wonderful place to visit 5 out of 5 stars
Our family had a brilliant couple of hours at Monkey Forest. Even though we went in school holidays, it didn't feel too busy, so we could just enjoy the experience in a relaxed manner. Everyone loved seeing the monkeys play and swing in the trees. The baby monkeys are the cutest thing you'll ever see!Worcester Wanderer
We Love Monkeys!! 5 out of 5 stars
What a lovely day! Came here with the whole family and the extended as well. It was amazing to see the monkeys up close and personally. It was wonderful to see them roaming free and enjoying life. The walk around the forest is barely a mile so it's not too much walking but the path, when wet, is muddy so bring good shoes. Feeding time is every hour and is very informative! Everyone's favourite part was seeing the baby monkeys run and play around. Some even had the funniest play fights. The cafe is great and the toilets are very well kept. There are great playgrounds as well for the little ones to let loose their inner monkey. Would needs about 2-3 hours for a visit. It was such a great value for money!! Would love to come again!JoyfullyAmy
Great afternoon 4 out of 5 stars
Toddler and 7 y/o had fun, brilliant for the priceJessjamesoskar
Great wee stop off 5 out of 5 stars
We were heading home to scotland after holidayIng on trent canal and wanted a wee something tO do to break up day for kids! This was a great plaCe! We arrived just after feeding time and there were so many monkeys around and so close to us too, walking across our path too! Theres a quiz that can be done on way round and plenty information and Question boARds to look at on walk. Theres also a wee PlayPark, with plenty picNic benches! Next door there is the garden estate to extend your visit but we dIdnt have tIme to Explore itAnonymous