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Pettitts Animal Adventure Park - Things to Know Before Visiting

Church Rd, Reedham, Norwich NR13 3UA, UK

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About Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Pettitts Animal Adventure Park is a leisure, travel & tourism company based out of Church Rd, Reedham, Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom. Discover 25+ different species of animals from around the world, Meerkats, Lemurs, Raccoons, Wallabies, Birds of prey, Goats, and Reptiles too! There are daily shows and talks including Big Bubble Show with Bingo the Clown and Who's at the Zoo. There are an amazing 50 exciting other activities and attractions to try.


Attractions Near Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Burgh Castle Roman Fort
Burgh Castle Roman Fort5.24km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Burgh Castle Roman Fort is one of the best-preserved Roman monuments in the country. Built in the 3rd century overlooking Breydon Water and the outlet of the River Waveney. After the Roman period, the site may have been occupied by an early Christian monastery; and after 1066 a Norman castle was built inside the Fort walls.

Breydon Water
Breydon Water7.91km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Breydon Water is a large expanse of water that opens to the sea through Great Yarmouth Port. It is part of the Berney Marshes and Breydon Water nature reserve, which is managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. It is the UK's largest protected wetland and also It has been a popular shooting area for centuries, and the shooting continues, but on a very much reduced scale.

Somerleyton Hall
Somerleyton Hall8.17km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Somerleyton Hall and Gardens is located on the Norfolk - Suffolk border, just a stone’s throw from the coast and part of the Broads National Park. Home to Lord and Lady Somerleyton and their young family, who open their doors to the public from Easter to the end of September. The hall is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England, and its landscaped park and formal gardens are also Grade II* listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The formal gardens cover 12 acres.

RSPB Strumpshaw Fen
RSPB Strumpshaw Fen9.37km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Strumpshaw Fen is a beautiful and adventurous nature reserve where you can get close to the outstanding wildlife of the Norfolk Broads. Walk around the reedbeds, woodlands, and orchid-rich meadows and you could chance upon marsh harriers, bitterns, and kingfishers. It forms part of the Yare Broads and Marshes Site of Special Scientific Interest and lies within the area of The Broads.

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens10.29km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a progressive zoo with a focus on conservation. Most of the animals at Thrigby Hall are species found in Asia, including tigers, gibbons, otters and alligators. Attractions for all age groups include Snow Leopards, rare tigers, gibbons, deer otters, crocodiles in a swamp house, avaries, waterfowl, gift shop & cafe. Tropical & forest houses give good all-weather cover.

Gorleston-on-Sea (Beach)
Gorleston-on-Sea (Beach)10.39km from Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Gorleston-on-Sea has the biggest, sandiest beach for miles around, perfect for getting the family together to build sandcastles and fly a kite. Float your boat on the yachting pond, cool your toes in the paddling pool and explore the wide esplanade below the grassy cliffs. The glorious beach is a firm favourite with locals and visitors for lazy days in the sun, it's also one of the best destinations in the Great Yarmouth area if windsurfing, surfing or body-boarding is your preferred seaside act

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Norfolk is a county in East Anglia in England. It borders Lincolnshire to the northwest, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest, and Suffolk to the south. Its northern and eastern boundaries are the North Sea and to the northwest, The Wash.Norfolk County’s most popular tourist attractions are the beaches, ports, towns and villages along Lake Erie, known as Ontario’s South Coast.

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