Heaton Park Animal Centre located at Manchester M25 2SW, UK

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Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester
Heaton Park Animal Centre manchester

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Joseph Spademan

5 Google Rating

Free to enter animal centre in Heaton Park, there are all kinds of animals here, from goats and llam

5/ 5

Free to enter animal centre in Heaton Park, there are all kinds of animals here, from goats and llamas to chickens and rabbits. It’s well designed, safe for children and even has a hand washing / sanitizer area before you leave.

Shelly Bobbs

4 Google Rating

Nice little animal centre here. There are notices up with the names of the animals and a bit about t

4/ 5

Nice little animal centre here. There are notices up with the names of the animals and a bit about them, plenty of handwashing facilities on the way out in case you have stroked them.

Neil Graphem

5 Google Rating

Lovely visit and it has the most beautiful boating lake to see you can easily pass the day away here

5/ 5

Lovely visit and it has the most beautiful boating lake to see you can easily pass the day away here seeing all the animals and enjoying the peace and tranquility , it’s especially good if you have kids with you as it will definitely keep them occupied

Mary Brown

5 Google Rating

Go here a lot. Have a dog and appreciate being able to take him in the cafe. Had tea and a teacake.

5/ 5

Go here a lot. Have a dog and appreciate being able to take him in the cafe. Had tea and a teacake. Cafe was very busy but staff were friendly and helpful Keep up the good work.

David Davies

4 Google Rating

A really good place for family and friends . couples and singles to take in the wild life.

4/ 5

A really good place for family and friends . couples and singles to take in the wild life.

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  • Sunday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Monday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Tuesday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Wednesday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Thursday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Friday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Saturday10:30 AM - 03:00 PM

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