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People invited to experience Durrell for half price

After the success of last year's half price entry for locals, Durrell is repeating the offer for everybody visiting the park between Monday 20th February and Friday 30th March.

Commenting on this latest initiative to entice people to visit the wildlife park in Trinity, Durrell’s head of marketing Kelly Barker said: “Since we ran last year's half price entry there have been some major new developments at the park. Apart from physical changes such Cafe Firefly and the retail experience, we've also welcomed some new faces such as Badongo, the silverback western lowland gorilla and Anette, a Sumatran orangutan who is settling in well with Dagu, the dominant male. I strongly encourage people to come up and explore what is undoubtedly an experience for all the family, knowing that 85p in every pound we spend goes towards direct conservation". 

Opening hours during the special offer period:

Monday 20th February till Friday 30th March 9.30am to 5.00pm.

All you have to do is print the voucher below, or download it to your smartphone, and show it on entry at our Visitor Centre.

Half price Voucher 2012 jpg

Entry fees

  • Adult: £12.90 (feeds Badongo our 245kg silverback gorilla for one day)
  • Senior (65+ years): £11.00 (pays for a week’s antibiotic treatment for a Jamaican boa)
  • Child (4-16 years): £9.90 (feeds a baby pygmy hog for 6 weeks in our breeding centre in Assam, NE India)
  • Student 17-22 years: £11.00 - only available on production of a valid student ID card (produces one training manual for our international students in Endangered Species Management)

 

Posted 14 February 2012

 
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