OPEN DAILY from 10AM-5pm

BOOK TICKETS HERE

Please pre-book tickets, you can arrive at any time.

* Last entry is 4pm.

BUY OUR 10-ANNIVERSARY SOUVENIR BOOK HERE

What's On Today?

Daily Feeding schedule*

11:15am Meerkat Feed and Talk

12:00pm Nile Croc Feed And Talk

12:50pm Binturong Feeding

3:00pm Crocodile Feed and Talk

* Croc species may change daily

** all  subject to change at short notice

*** you may see other animals being fed by keepers as part of a keeper experience or daily care

 

Welcome to Crocodiles of the World…

March 2021 marked the 10 year anniversary for Crocodiles of the World and what an incredible 10 years it has been, find out more here.

 

2020/21 was difficult for all zoos and visitor attractions. If you could consider making a donation it would really help us to care for our animals and ensure the future of the Foundation.

 

 

Come face-to-face with some of the world’s most feared predators in a fun, safe and stimulating environment. With under-water viewing, talks, animal encounters and feeds throughout the day there’s plenty to keep you occupied at the UK’s only Crocodile Zoo. We are dedicated to the conservation of these incredible animals and want to share our passion with you.

 

 

From critically endangered Siamese crocodiles from Cambodia, to Chinese alligators, Nile Crocodiles and American alligators, a visit to Crocodiles of the World in Oxfordshire will take you on a journey of discovery around the world meeting different species of crocodiles, caiman and alligators, as well as meerkats, otters, and Galapagos tortoises. We’re also one of only four zoos in the UK where you can see a Komodo dragon, the world’s largest living lizard. So whether your looking for a family day-out, unique keeper experiences, school trip or group visit, Crocodiles of the World is a truly memorable day.

 

 

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