Isle of Wight Zoo, Sandown – October Half-Term Zoo Entry for Adults & Kids – normally up to £13.00 deal £6.00
The Fine Print
- Print off your voucher & follow instructions
- Voucher is valid throughout October Half Term 21st-29th October 2017 only
- Each voucher is valid for one person for one day
- Voucher must be handed over when entering Zoo
- May purchase multiples
- Vouchers are non -refundable
- October Half-Term IOW Zoo entry deal
- Save up to 54%
- See Simi the tiger
- Lots of fun goings-on including Walking Safaris
- Help support wonderful Island attraction
- Enjoy the zoo & all the animals
- Fantastic day out for all the family
Always looking for something to do with your little creatures during Half Term?
Worry not, here’s something designed to stop them – and you – climbing the walls…
Today’s deal is October Half-Term Zoo Entry for Adults & Kids @ Isle of Wight Zoo, Sandown, for only £6.00 per person
Isle of Wight Zoo is inviting Islanders along to enjoy all their amazing animals.
Get along and see how beautiful Simi the tiger is thriving in her new home – and help support the wonderful attraction this October Half Term.
Enjoy a host of daily activities including Walking Safaris.
The Zoo is open throughout the year, but during the autumn and winter months it needs your backing more than ever. Get wrapped up and take your little ones along to see all the wonderful creatures big and small.
Due to popular demand TPIW have teamed up with the Zoo to offer you passes at a flat rate of just £6.00 per person per day throughout October Half Term.
It promises to be a fab fun-filled break with activities and facilities for every age group, all aimed at making your time at the Zoo as enjoyable as possible.
Your pass will give you full access to the Zoo.
Naturally you can look at the animals, but there is always the chance to discover a bit more about them – and have fun doing it.
So why not get along and enjoy a great family day out.
The Isle of Wight Zoo is a family-run zoo with a special interest in tigers and lemurs. The zoo was built within the ruins of a Victorian Fort built to guard Sandown's coast, which means it faces one of the Island's nicest beaches. Once upon a time the zoo owners used to walk tiger cubs on the beach, and they're still famous locally for it. Nowadays they focus on looking after older tigers and giving them a happy retirement.
Isle Of Wight Zoo, Sandown, United Kingdom