Plan Your Visit

  • Summer update

    The college has taken the very difficult decision to not open Reaseheath Mini Zoo to the public this summer. We understand that this will leave lots of our customers very disappointed, but the safety of our students and staff is our number one priority.

    We need to limit the number of people on campus as we prepare to open our doors to our students in September, therefore only essential activities will be taking place over the summer months.

    Our keepers will be providing you with regular updates on our Facebook page and we’ll continue with our meet the animal videos and free activity packs to help you experience the zoo from the comfort of your own home.

    Thank you for your understanding and support and we will let you know as soon as we can welcome you back.

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.



  • Every weekend
  • 27th June – early September, exact date TBC (Summer holiday)


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.