Treat your little monkeys to a wild day out!
If you're looking for a great day out in Stoke-on-Trent that the whole family will enjoy, Trentham Monkey Forest is a fantastic option. This unique local attraction has over 140 endangered Barbary macaques for you to see as they roam freely around the forest. The walk through the forest is under a mile long, and you can learn all about these endangered animals and the conservation efforts that are in place to protect them. You can even save up to 57% off family days out when you sign up to Kids Pass. So you can treat your family for less with our Trentham Monkey Forest promo codes.
Must do's at Trentham Monkey Forest
After you've explored the forest, make sure you catch one of the feeding talks that take place every quarter past the hour from 11:15 am. Your whole family can watch the monkeys being fed and learn all about this fascinating species and the conservation efforts that are being carried out to keep them in the wild while preventing habitat loss and keeping them out of the hands of the illegal pet trade.
Breakfast with the monkeys
The attraction's unique 'Breakfast with Monkeys' opportunity is an unforgettable experience that allows you to enter the monkey enclosure as a VIP before it opens. You can help the primate staff give the monkeys their breakfast, take photos and enjoy a drink at the Banana Café. You'll also be given the chance to ask the park's experts any questions to learn more about the one-of-a-kind Barbary macaque.
What other facilities are there?
If you're feeling a little peckish during your visit to the Trentham Monkey Forest, you can take a break at The Banana Café, which serves a wide selection of delicious hot and cold food. You can sit back, relax and enjoy a cup of coffee or ice cream after your jungle adventure, or there's a designated outdoor picnic area where you can take your own food and sit in the sun.
If you'd like to take something home to remember your visit, The Jungle Shop is stocked full of monkey-themed memorabilia. From Barbary macaques mascots to practical stationery, it's the perfect place to stop by before you head home.
If you're celebrating a special birthday, corporate team-building day or other occasion, Trentham Monkey Forest offers a range of options to make your event stand out.
What age groups is Dartmoor suitable for?
Dartmoor Zoo welcomes people of all ages and ensures a fun adventure day for all of them. Check out Dartmoor Zoo ticket prices and discounts at Kids Pass.
What age groups is Trentham Monkey Forest suitable for?
Trentham Monkey Forest is fun for all the family, and children under the age of 3 can enter the attraction free of charge.
When is the best time to visit?
The best time to visit Trentham Monkey Forest is during the spring and summer months. However, the monkeys are visible in wet and dry conditions throughout the year; just remember to pack a raincoat and umbrella if you're visiting on a wet-weather day.
What else can you do in the area?
There's plenty to see and do in Stoke-on-Trent, from theme parks like Alton Towers to museums like the Gladstone Pottery Museum.