- Zoos and Wildlife Parks
- Water Parks
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Outdoor
Home to hundreds of exotic animals and tonnes of activities, Drusillas was rated Europe’s best small zoo! It would make a great summer hols outing for you and your cubs.
Say hello to tamarins, llamas, the weird, wonderful and brand new anteater, and loads more! The park is committed to conservation values and wants to share that through their Keeper for the Day experience: a chance for animal-mad kids to shadow a keeper and learn to clean, feed and care for their newfound friends. You can even get 'nose-to-nose' with nature on one of their walk-through exhibits. Choose between Lemurland, Lory Landing or the freaky but friendly Bat Cave.
2017 is a big year for Drusillas with the introduction of an exciting new attraction: Go Safari! Grab your binoculars, hop aboard the train and explore Africa - via East Sussex. This includes all new rides including the Flying Cheetahs and fantastically titled, Hippopotobus! The park also has several themed play areas, none more loved than Hello Kitty’s Secret Garden.
- Rated Europe’s best small zoo
- Brand new attraction: Go Safari!
- Hundreds of exotic animals
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Alfriston, East Sussex, BN26 5QS, England
Click here to visit Drusillas Park's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Winter (BST): Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Summer (GMT): Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
All Ages (2+) from £18.95
Seniors (60+) from £17.95
Family from £37.90
1 hour before attraction closes
Assistance/Guide Dogs only.
Fun for all the family!
Written by LiveToExplore . 09.01.18
We always love coming to Drusillas, we never run out of things to do! Our family is animal crazy, and Drusillas' zoo never disappoints. Not only are there hundreds of beautiful animals to see, but there are plenty of opportunities to learn about the different species on show. There are heaps of informative educational signs along the zoo route as well as lots of fun and interactive learning activities. My niece and nephew always insist on visiting Lemurland first, they love being able to get so close to the animals! On top of a fantastic zoo there is also an incredible play area for children and a good choice of restaurants with lots of healthy options - we do love bringing our picnics in the summer though! I highly recommend Drusillas Park, fun for all the family – definitely worth a visit.
Wow! What a Park!
Written by SassySussex . 08.01.18
We always have a wonderful day out at Drusillas Park with our two children! We are so lucky to have such a great attraction in Sussex. The lovely animals are well cared for and there are fun features where the kids can get a closer look at the animals like the meerkat tunnel. Our children spend hours in the huge adventure play areas and the kids rides not to mention the splash pad in the Summer. I definitely recommend this place for a brilliant family day out :)
Fantastic Day Out!
Written by HollyD . 04.01.18
A FANTASTIC day out for ALL the family. Not only are there lots of animals to see but there are also lots of educational interactive exhibits along the way which my kids loved. And if that isn't enough, the huge play areas (indoors and outdoors) and rides made sure that the kids were entertained for the whole day. We'll definitely be getting an annual membership so we can come again and again. Will be recommending you to everyone.
Great Value For Money
Written by steph430 . 15.12.17
This is a great day out for kids! At first, the ticket prices look steep however, they include so much in the price including a very well thought out adventure play area. They also have rides there suitable for toddlers as well as slightly older children (I'd probably say up to around 10). If you are disabled and in receipt of PIP, take this with you as you get carer tickets free which is very helpful if one parent is disabled or if the child is etc. The park is extremely easy to get around as well, and we spent around 6 hours there without little one getting bored thanks to the variety of things there. The Meerkats are just adorable and we had to try and get little one away from them!