FlipaZoo is all about the animals, and what’s more you get two surprises in one with their super soft cuddly toys, playsets and pods! With so much talk on animals, we thought we’d bring you the best UK animal attractions where you can see the FlipaZoo animals in their habitats. Take a look at our suggestions below:

Chester Zoo
What FlipaZoo animal should I take? Elephant/Tiger Soft Toy

Chester Zoo is home to over 27,000 extraordinary animals and receives over 1.9 million visitors a year! It boasts over 125 acres just for the zoo alone and has thousands of species to enjoy on your trip to the zoo. Opened in 1931, the zoo has adapted over the years to include a monorail, circular boat trip, plus several play areas, shops, kiosks and more!

You can purchase tickets through the website, and they start from £15.45 for a child and £20 for an adult, expect to pay upward of £5 – £10 more on the gate though guys!

Cotswold Farm Park
What FlipaZoo animal should I take? Pig/Cow Soft Toy

Founded in 1971, the Cotswold Farm Park protects rare breeds of farm animals including cows, goats, sheep’s, pigs and more! Between 1900 and 1973, 26 native breeds of farm animal became extinct in Britain so with the conservation of places like the Cotswold Farm Park, farms and their animals are continuing to thrive!

Anytime tickets can be purchased online and grant access to the park on any day of the year, with prices starting £14 for an adult ticket and £9.50 for a child.

ZSL London Zoo
What FlipaZoo animal should I take? 8” Seal/Penguin Soft Toy

London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. Opened in 1828, it was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. Today it houses 673 species of animals, with 19,289 individual animals – making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom.

Tickets costs vary on the time of year that you visit so check the website for more info. Super Saver tickets start at £23.40 per adult and £15.21 for a child, and increase to £31.50 per adult and £20.47 per child when visiting at peak times.

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