Chester Zoo - Reviews from across the web
Chester Zoo, Manchester - Manchester venue review - Itchy Manchester Guide
Chester Zoo may seem like a day out for the kids but anyone can go and love every minute – although it's far better when it's not raining –. The largest zoo in the country, and not too far from Manchester – about 50 mins by car –. Two baby elephants have been born here during...
Chester Zoo - Review - Great day out.
This a brand new £2,000,000 attraction and consists of 2 outside paddocks as well as an inside viewing area. While on the whole it’s extremely good I do have a few reservations about this one. First off the interior viewing area is split into several window areas with the walls covered in a ba...
Chester Zoo - Chester - Reviews of Chester Zoo - TripAdvisor
Chester Zoo, up in the heart of Cheshire, set in 400 acres of beautiful landscape. A thrilling and wonderful day out for all ages. We visited one fine Sunday afternoon in June 2007, and wer...
Chester Zoo - Chester -
i love any place where i can see big cats & chester zoo has 2 female bengal tigers, male & female asiatic lions & 5 jaguars. it is set in 110 acres of award winning gardens packed with 7,000 animals & over 400 different species so opbviously theres lots to see. there are special talk...
Chester Zoo Cheshire
The bat cave is a really good place to scare your girlfriend. It's really dark and you can only just see the bats flying around. In one part they come really close to you and you can feel them near you. They don't crash into you because I think they navigate by ...
Chester Zoo - places2visit.co.uk - BROWSE.
A brand new edition of this successful colour atlas of Cheshire, giving the most comprehensive and detailed coverage of the region. No other atlas names every street in Cheshire. The mapping is produced by Ordnance Survey to our specification and gives the user complete coverage of all urban and rur...
Chester Zoo - UK Days Out 4U
We care for over 7000 animals, representing over 400 different species. Conservation is at the heart of the zoo and so around half of these are threatened. The Zoo is continually developing the highest standards of conservation and care of its animals and plants, making a real contribution to saving...