Crocodiles of the World is temporarily closed and will re-open on 2nd December.

Book tickets here!

KEEPER EXPERIENCES: our visitor team will contact you directly to re-book your experience once the zoo re-opens.

GIFT VOUCHERS: The expiry date of your tickets and vouchers will be extended by however many days we are closed.

SEASON TICKETS: will be extended by however many days we are closed.

Click here to contact us via email for any other queries.

Stay safe and we hope to see you soon.

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Welcome to Crocodiles of the World…

*UPDATE: Crocodiles of the World will be temporarily closed from Thursday 5th November. Please consider making a donation to help care for our animals and ensure the future of the Foundation at this difficult time.*



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, Giant tortoises and laughing Kookaburras. We’re also one of only four zoos in the UK where you can see a Komodo dragon, the King of the Lizards. 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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