Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens (Great Yarmouth) Reviews
Description:Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Filby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 3DR Tel: +44 (0)1493 369477 Fax: +44 (0)1493 3682 ... more
Newest Review: ... and the alligators. The Swamp house is close by to the alligators and houses two more american alligators as well as two salt water crocs. Also in the swamp house is a large pool which contains quite a few goldfish and also a couple of large catfish with an observation window at water level. Also there are a few enclosed tropical birds in here. A word of warning this area is very hot and ... more
Customer Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens (Great Yarmouth) Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Having recently visited Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and not really having very high expectations, I was very surprised to have a great afternoon out and was quite impressed by the amount squeezed into quite a small zoo. Thrigby Hall is located in a village called Filby around 10 miles or so from Great Yarmouth. Entry for adults was only £10 which I thought was more than fair, with children being charged £7.50, and £8.50 for OAP's, I did not actually see a family ticket price listed. On arriving at Thrigby Hall parking is very basic being a dirt and grass car park. When entering the park there is a small payment booth and then through this there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/09 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I visited Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens during the Easter Holidays with my five year old daughter. I have been previously but it was several years ago and it has changed a bit since then. The Zoo is situated close to Great Yarmouth and can be reached by following the brown signs on the A47 or the A149. There is ample free parking and the admission prices were £8.90 for myself and £6.90 for my daughter. Seniors are £7.90 and unders 3s are free. You can buy a year long season ticket for £24 for adults and £16 for children, this is well worth investing in if you are local. There is a voucher on the website which gives 50p off the admission price for up to ... Read the complete review
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