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Exotic Zoo Wildlife Park

Hinkshay Road Telford, Shropshire TF4 3GZ
01952 591164 07368937678

Exotic Zoo Wildlife Park

Exotic Zoo Educational Zoo in the heart of Telford Town Park, providing extraordinary WILD days out. We work hard to mix our passion for educating people with an immersive experience to engage and excite people about our amazing planet and the animals that call it their home. ? Our exotic animals are ready to greet you up close and personal with our CRAZY Animal Encounters & Experiences! Suitable for all ages ?

Explore our Rainforest Zone, Desert Zone, Nocturnal Area and our Farmyard. Exotic Zoo is a great learning experience for young and old visitors alike. Explore the different zones and learn about exciting habitats around the world and the animals that call them their homes. Learn about conservation efforts to save endangered animals and even meet some of them in person.

We believe interacting with some of the friendly animals at Exotic Zoo can be the inspiration young people need to respect our environment and give them a life long enthusiasm for wildlife.


OPENING TIMES: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Adult – £6
Child (2-15yrs) – £5
Under 2’s – FREE
Concession – £5

All children must be accompanied by an adult

You can purchase entry vouchers as a gift here- https://exoticzoo.co.uk/product/entry-voucher/



  • Baby changing facilities
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Entrance flat/ without steps
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