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Monkey World
Wareham
Dorset

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Monkey World rescues primates from all over the world. Living at the park is the largest group of chimpanzees outside Africa, orangutans, gibbons, and many more primates in spacious enclosures amongst a natural woodland setting. In the Malagasy habitat one can walk through the lemurs forest and come nose-to-nose with these beautiful primates.

An outdoor play area, woodland walk, pets encounter, a soft play area and Big Al's Adventure with many amusements keep kids busy all day. There is also a café, a gift shop, education centre, picnic area and free parking.

A primate adoption scheme helps Monkey World to rescue and rehabilitate more of our closest living relatives who need our help.

Details

Months Open: All year (exc Xmas) 10am - 5pm
(6pm July and August) Last admission 1 hour before closing
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - Booked in advance
Car Parking: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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