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Paignton Zoo - Paignton - "With over 2,000 animals across 80 acres...Get up close to some of the animal wonders of the world across our specially designed habitats - from the savannah to the wetlands and the tropical forest...Run wild in our play areas or hop aboard our unique Jungle Express train to get even closer to the action" - "reasonably wheelchair and pushchair friendly. Gradients are less than one in twelve however some appear fairly steep, therefore not all paths are easy to manage independently in a manual wheelchair. Wheelchair access is available to the Island Restaurant, shops and all exhibits. Please ask on arrival for a map of the best routes around the Zoo. Path surfaces are either tarmac or crushed and rolled stone and there is plenty of seating around the site", a limited number of electric scooters which can be hired, accessible toilets
www.paigntonzoo.org.uk

 

Prickly Ball Farm East Ogwell, Newton Abbot - hedgehog hospital, also have a farm full of friendly, loving animals including donkeys, ponies, goats, pigs, ferrets, guinea pigs, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits & rats. "in order to help support the vital work we do at the hospital; Prickly Ball is open for visitors to meet, cuddle, stroke & feed our farm yard friends", cafe with indoor children’s play room - Unfortunately we have no accessibility information for this site
www.pricklyballfarm.co.uk

 

Quince Honey Farm - South Molton - BeeWorld exhibition of honey bees (8 rooms), museum of Beekeeping, indoor soft play area, Critter Cabin creepy crawlies "everything from snakes to turtles", cafe, shop - "The shop, cafe, critter cabin, play hive and toilets are wheelchair accessible. The Exhibition is on the first floor & there is no lift."
www.quincehoney.co.uk

 

The Donkey Sanctuary - Sidmouth - working farm, home to 500 donkeys, mules and hinnies, outdoor farm-themed play area with vintage red tractor, maze, Hayloft Restaurant, "Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a lead, and many of our farm trails are bike-friendly"- "The walks around the main facilities are wheelchair and pushchair friendly. Other walks are a little more challenging", accessible toilets, baby changing facilities
www.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk

 

Wembury Marine Centre - Wembury , Plymouth - "the ideal place to learn about the surrounding area and its wildlife through interactive displays, tanks, regular Rockpool Safaris and other marine themed events" - Unfortunately we have no accessibility information for this site
www.wemburymarinecentre.org

www.devonwildlifetrust.org/Wembury-Marine-Centre

 

 

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