- Zoos and Wildlife Parks
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Set right on the edge of the city centre is the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Home to a unique collection of animals from across the world, including red pandas, lemurs, reptiles, otters, wallabies and a large collection of monkeys, it’s a great place to learn about the conservation of wild and endangered species.
Regular events aim to raise awareness about breeding programmes to protect species from extinction, and how best to maintain healthy populations in the wild. Guests can watch the keepers feed the animals throughout the day and learn all about how we can protect their habitats.
A great value day out for budding conservationists!
- Free parking
- Open year round, except Christmas day
- Cannon Hill park close by for extra activities to enjoy
- Picnics Allowed
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Parking Available Nearby
Getting There and Contact Information
Pershore Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 7RL, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Summer (from 1 April)
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Winter (from end of October)
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
Senior/Students/Passport to Leisure holders: £5.00
Children (3-15) £3.30
Under 3: Free
Family (1 Adult + 3 Children): £14.50
Family (2 Adult + 3 Children): £20.00
Last admission an hour before closing.
Written by Cory . 09.05.17
We visited it today with my 15 month old son, he enjoyed it very much. The place was very clean and nice, not crowded. It is very cheap, I am sure we gonna visit it a couple of time this summer:)
Written by Anonymous . 06.07.16
Always enjoyed the nature centre anytime I've been with kids.
Written by Anonymous . 24.02.16
Visited on 24th February with grandson, nice sunny day, promised my grandson the soft play area after the animals he was really excited. Went to the cafe where we had drinks and lunch and the soft play area was closed for cleaning. Where as I appreciate it has to be kept clean, why would you do it when the nature centre is open with lots of children wanting to go in there, just why??!!