Enjoy a fun-filled, fascinating day out for all ages at Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset!
Open every day (except Christmas Day), groups are welcome throughout the year
With ample free parking, and discounts available to pre-booked groups, Monkey World also offers free entry and a drink to uniformed coach drivers
The 65 acre park in the heart of the Dorset countryside is home to over 250 rescued and endangered primates of more than 20 different species. Many have been neglected, kept in unnatural conditions or experienced unbelievable cruelty. At Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre they can all enjoy the company of their own kind in a safe, natural environment. Some are now part of international breeding programmes for endangered species.
Monkey World was set up in 1987 by Jim Cronin, it is now one of the largest primate rescue centres of its kind in the world and arguably the biggest tourist attraction in Dorset.
Daily keepers’ talks provide a captivating insight into life at the park and its inhabitants – staff are so enthusiastic about what they do, giving a real feel-good factor.
Pre-bookable guided tours are also available
The park is well laid out and spacious for both humans and primates alike. Visitors while away the hours watching the monkeys and apes interact, then let the kids use up all their energy in the huge Great Ape Adventure Play Area.
Café’s serve good value hot and cold food or there are numerous picnic areas to be enjoyed throughout the park. Monkey World also has excellent facilities for the disabled, including electric scooters, wheelchairs, sensory statues and wheelchair swings.
For more information visit www.monkeyworld.org or call 01929 462537
Offering great value for money and a fun yet educational day out – make Monkey World your top destination this year!