- Zoos and Wildlife Parks
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Outdoor
Monkeys are intelligent, playful animals that have a safe home at The Monkey Sanctuary.
This active rescue centre takes in animals that haven’t had the best start in life. They then give them whatever they need to heal them physically, emotionally and socially in an environment where they are nurtured, protected and safe. There are over 36 individuals currently living at the sanctuary, each with a different personality and story, which keepers are on hand to share during daily talks.
The surrounding wildlife gardens and nature reserve enhance the holistic feel of the sanctuary and give visitors the benefit of being close to nature. Wild flowers and woodland create, what will feel like, your own secret garden! There are lots of children’s activity workshops if they’d like to learn more about how the sanctuary is run and all the work that goes into caring for the monkeys, as well as play areas, a gift shop and a café.
A healing and playful space for animals and families alike!
- Bat zone
- Wildlife room
- Display room
- Picnics Allowed
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Toilets Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Wild Futures at Murrayton House, St Martin, Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1NZ, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Saturday 1st April – Thursday 28th September (open everyday EXCEPT FRIDAY)
October weekends only PLUS half term: Saturday 21st – Sunday 29th October (inc Friday 27th October)
2 adults up to 2 children from £27.00
Family ticket additional Child – £3.00
Adult (age 16 years +) :£9.00
Kid`s (age 4-15 years old) : £6.00
Kid`s (0-3 years old) – FREE
Concession (65 & over & students) – £7.00
Disabled (proof may be required) – Half price standard tickets
Registered Carer – Free
Don’t Forget! Gift Aid to receive unlimited re-entry to the Monkey Sanctuary for one year!
The last entry time is: 16:00
Overlooking The Sanctuary grounds, the Treetop Cafe serves a section of delicious vegetarian food. There is a separate ice cream parlour which sells Roskillys Cornish organic ice cream and a wheelchair accessible seating area. Winner of the Vegetarian Society Award: Best Visitor Attraction for Vegetarians.
No pets are allowed
Baby food facilities
There are baby food/milk warming facilities