The little zoo with a big heart
Unfortunately, we have not been able to fully resolve the firearms situation due to the powers that be and are opening against the advice of the licensing authority. However, we have put in place extra security measures to ensure everyone’s safety and we will be keeping the lion area closed. We would like to reassure you that we take your safety extremely seriously and will be keeping a careful watch to ensure there are no issues.
We are hoping to be fully open by the end of next week but will keep you updated.
We would like to thank you all for your continued support and look forward to seeing you all soon.
We are a rapidly expanding Zoo in Mid Wales, near Aberystwyth. We are dedicated to conservation and rehome endangered animals. On a little hill by the sea, overlooking the beautiful Ceredigion coastline, sits this haven for exotic animals and home for rescued pets.
Just a short walk from Borth railway station and the beach it's a place where you can get up close and personal to over 100 different species of animals, birds, reptiles and insects to learn about them and gain a better appreciation for all kinds of wildlife. Join us for an intimate animal experience and a day to remember for all the family.
We have a wide variety of experiences for you to discover at Wild Animal Kingdom. From pony rides to being a zookeeper for a day there are plenty of ways to interact with the animals.
Tickets are currently purchased at reception but we are working on online bookings. School and group visits can be booked by telephone, so give us a call to find out more.
Refresh and refuel during your day at our café and let the kids run wild in our children's play area. We also have free onsite parking and an overflow car park.
All of our animals have a story of how they came to be with us. Some have come from other zoos where they were no longer wanted. Others have come from owners who can no longer manage their exotic pets. We aim to provide them with a safe place to live for the rest of their lives.
You’ll find our Wild Animal Kingdom between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth on a little hill overlooking the seaside town of Borth. We have free parking and the zoo is just a few minutes walk from the railway station, High Street and beach.
Borth Wild Animal Kingdom
You can ask us anything through social media or fill in the form at our contact page and we’ll make sure your question goes to someone who can help. Depending on the question, a response could take some time during busy periods.