• Free parking

  • Picnic areas - bring your own food

  • Snack Shack

  • Real-Food Cafe and the best coffee in Wales

  • Fun Shop - Full of funky gizmos, gadgets and eco-friendly items

  • Wildlife Trail - for kids of all ages

  • Indoor Hay Play

  • Secure Outdoor Play Area

  • Map available at entrance booth

  • Wi-fi

  • Toilets

  • Toilets for the disabled

  • Baby Changing Facilities

dog

 We're sorry but we do not allow dogs onto the park, not even well-behaved ones...However there are excellent facilities for dogs close to the park.

  • Our friends at Foxcombe Boarding Kennels are happy to take day boarders, but you do need to pre-book. Contact Jane Kidney via email janekidney@aol.com or phone:  01834 870135

We have NO ON-SITE FACILITIES FOR DOGS. As we care for the welfare of your pets we ask you not to leave your dog in your car. The RSPCA / Police will be called in instances of perceived suffering. 


+ Accessability

The whole of the Park is accessible by wheelchair and able-bodied pusher. Large flat expanses near the entrance gate. There are some steeper areas lower down, in the walk around the wildlife trail area and approaching The Valley of the Apes, but if you find the pushing hard going in any section and staff are close by, call them over - they'd be only too happy to help.

For those with the species of wheelchair with four small wheels, ask for the free hire of a park chair with bigger rear wheels (makes the pushing easier).

  • We offer motorised rides for hire at £10.

  • To reserve a large wheeled chair or book a scooter ring 01646 651201

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+ terrain

Anna's Welsh Zoo is set within 52 acres of natural and beautiful Pembrokeshire Parkland.

The majority of the site is easy to get around. A gentle stroll around our beautiful grounds will bring you face to face with our wonderful animal collection. Our paths are surfaced with natural cockle shells, a by-product from the local cockle industry.

There are two small parts of the site that may present problems for the less mobile -

  1. The path adjacent to the cave pond is narrow, uneven, and steep

  2. There is a steep hill at the back of the African (rhino) paddock which takes you down to the Valley of the Apes (or up from the Valley of the Apes to the African paddock!). This can be avoided by retracing your steps to the Snack Shack and following the gentle slopes of the rest of the Park.

We do not recommend that persons using wheelchairs, mobility scooters (including those hired from us), zimmer frames, crutches etc. use these paths.

We can provide you with a large wheeled wheelchair which can be easier to get around the site than some.

We also offer hire of mobility scooters that are suited to our premises for £10 per day. Please call the gate on 01646 651201 in advance if you would like to book a mobility scooter to make sure there is one available to you.

(Please note that all persons using our wheelchairs / motorised mobility scooters do so at their own risk)