Meet the Animals in Congresbury for Two

From Meerkats to Snakes you’ll get to meet all the animals in Congresbury! Book onto this brilliant animal experience in North Somerset for two and you’ll both be introduced to a whole big family of creatures both great and small at this superb bird and animal centre.

Each species of animal that lives here has a story. During your experience you’ll find out just how the loveable quartet of inquisitive Meerkats became star residents at the centre. What’s more if you’re a Harry Potter fan you’ll love their names: Gryffindor Ravenclaw Hufflepuff and Slytherin!

Then there’s the cheeky chappy that is Luke the Raccoon. With his buddy Leia they get up to all sorts of mischief and certainly know how to turn on the charm when it comes to getting as many titbit treats as possible from their keepers. These balls of fluff and fur with their gorgeous faces are always really popular with visitors and they love the adoration too.

You’ll also get to say hello to some rare animals that this Congresbury centre is particularly proud of. Kylo Ren the Silver Fox was born and raised here and he is a true delight. He’s got a real character too and visitors always ask after him. He’s a big boy now and loves meeting guests.

Getting an insight into the conservation rescue and care work this talented team of keepers undertakes is really fascinating. It’s a labour of love that’s for sure as often the animals need a lot of love care and attention to bring them back to health. You’ll see several aspects of what the job entails and meet a fair few of the residents too.

From snakes and lizards to skunks and Alejandro the Armadillo you’ll be meeting all sorts of animals at this Congresbury centre that’s not normally open to the public. Our vouchers are for two people to visit together and group sizes are kept to a maximum of four people so you’re assured of getting plenty of time with the animals. Have fun!

Find out more and book your place today!

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