Tickets For Two Adults (£9) or Two Adults and Two Children (£14) at Dartmoor Zoo (Up to 60% Off)
- Wide variety of big cats
- Feeding time talks, children's activities and animal encounters
- Education centre
- 20% off food and drink at the on-site restaurant
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Valid for option purchased only. 20% off food and drink in restaurant must be used in one transaction. No dogs allowed.
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Rupert Clawstrong, the first Ursidae on the moon, had threadbear knowledge of the polar system and only undertook the journey for the Kodiak moments. Panda to the camera lens with today's Groupon at Dartmoor Zoo. Choose from the following options:• £9 for two adult tickets (£21.90 value)
•£14 for two adult and two child tickets (£35 value)
Set within 33 acres of countryside, family-owned Dartmoor Zoo is home to multifarious beasts, including one of the most impressive assortments of big cats in the South West area. The zoo, subject of an upcoming film, was acquired by a young family in 2007 and has since been renovated into a popular family attraction, with an array of daily events, such as feeding times, talks and displays, as well as an educational centre for curious cubs (and interested mama and papa bears). The zoo's unique philosophy means close encounters with critters are highly possible, with the opportunity to be a Big Cat Keeper for the day, join a Mini Zoo Keeper morning and gawp at wildlife through specially designed open-fronted enclosures.
Groupon grizzlys can get immersed into a critter-heavy setting with a day out at Dartmoor Zoo, enjoying a programme beginning with breakfast bear feeds, otter brunches, and lion lunches, as well as meerkat talks and the chance to get up close to a range of creepy crawlies. After watching the mammals do their munching, guests can grab a bite at the on-site watering hole, receiving 20% off all food and drink made in one purchase.
Amazing place, you can get really close to the wolves and cats, highly recommend.
– Shaggywolfhound, Google Maps, May 2011