Plan Your Visit

  • Covid-19 update

    As you may know, we were hoping to be able to reopen on Monday 12th April when lockdown restrictions end for zoos.

    Unfortunately, in the interest of safety for our students, staff and visitors, the college has made the difficult decision to extend the closure of all on-site commercial activity, which includes Reaseheath Mini Zoo, until further notice.

    As our students have only recently returned to face-to-face teaching, we need to ensure that the extensive safety measures we have in place are successful in keeping cases low, before welcoming members of the public on-site.

    We know this is disappointing news, but we hope you will understand that safety is always our top priority. In the meantime, please keep up to date with what is happening at Reaseheath Mini Zoo on our Facebook and Instagram pages. We will also post any further updates about reopening on this webpage.

    If you have an experience voucher, we will of course still honour it when we are able to restart again.

Contact us

  • Address

    Animal Management, Reaseheath College, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DF

  • Phone

    01270 625131

Due to the current situation with coronavirus the zoo is closed and all activities are postponed until further notice.


10am – 4pm


Adults – £6

Children (4+ years) and Concessions (students, pensioners, registered carers) – £5

Family (2 adults and 2 children) – £20

Family (1 adult and 2 children) – £14

Children under 3 – free

Zoo visitors are to park at the college’s Entrance 2 car park.

Follow directions to Reaseheath College and Entrance 2 is the first left turn off the B5074 (the road towards Winsford, the entrance before the main one).

Once you have parked you will see signs directing you from there to the Zoo.

The co-ordinates for this entrance are 53.082178, -2.522686.

Take a look at where our animals live within the zoo on our map!

Free on site car park

Toilets and disabled access toilets

Baby change

On-site college dining room (selected opening times)

Picnic areas

We regret that we are unable to allow pet dogs into the zoo, for the welfare of the animals in our collection.

Assistance dogs are welcome in our indoor facilities, but we’d appreciate a call ahead so we can make every arrangement for a smooth visit.