To avoid disappointment or having to wait please book tickets online as priority entrance will be given to advance bookings.
This half term visitors can see baby Rhinoceros Rat Snakes which have recently hatched and are on display with their parents in Minibeast Metropolis. Along with the baby snakes, visitors can also see plenty of creepy crawlies and pumpkins during half term from 23 – 31 October including the Pumpkin Patch Spider. Originating from Colombia, the Spider’s name is derived from its distinctive, brightly coloured orange and yellow abdomen markings. Although small, this Spider has plenty of attitude!
On 30 & 31 October team butterfly will be dressing up in Halloween costumes and encouraging visitors to do the same. the spookier the better!
The butterfly farm walkway entrance will be dressed for Autumn and feature pumpkins, autumn leaves and a photo opportunity hay bale seat!