How to visit
We're the UK's only crocodile zoo with over 80 crocodiles and 12 different species. We are open to visitors every Saturday and Sunday between 10.00 am – 5.00 pm. We also have guided tours running throughout the year, and are open for group visits and private tours during normal opening hours.
Check out below the many different ways to visit Crocodiles of the World and our incredible hands-on zoo experiences.
Come and join us on a great day out with photo opportunities, feeding displays, crocodile talks and much more. Not to mention meeting all the amazing crocodiles, alligators and caimans.
Experience being a zoo keeper (adult and junior experiences) and get even closer to the crocodiles. The ultimate hands-on experience for animal lovers!
Book an exclusive private tour and let Croc Man Shaun Foggett guide you around the zoo, introduce you to each species and even handle the animals.
Crocodiles of the World makes a fantastic venue for a truly unique and memorable out-of-class learning adventure. Since opening in 2011, we have worked hard to become an extension of your classroom and a valuable learning resource.
For information about our fun-packed and educational opportunities please click here.
Read visitors' comments
Don't take our word for how great the zoo is, check out what other guests say about visiting Crocodiles of the World in our guestbook.
The zoo is partially accessible for the disabled and wheelchair users.
All visitors are advised that there are uneven and cracked floors throughout the zoo, with a risk of tripping. Some walkways are not suitable for wheelchair users or those with access difficulties. Wheelchair users are strongly advised to pre-book in advance.
There are accessible toilets at the zoo but these are not fully equipped for the disabled and wheelchair users. If you're unsure or have any questions, please contact us.
If you have any questions about Crocodiles of the World, please contact us and we will be happy to help!
Brochure and map
Download our 2012 brochure containing a zoo map, along with details of the animals that you can expect to encounter on your visit.
How to find us
Parking is available on-site at the zoo and we are easily accessible by public transport with several train stations nearby. For directions please click on the link below: