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Twycross Zoo, Windows On The Wild

Location pin

Warwickshire, UK, CV9 3PX - 

  • Users

    Up to
    110 guests

  • Table with chairs

    Offers
    catering

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Twycross Zoo is a great venue to hire for your special occasions and private functions. Our versatile spaces mean that we can cater for business events, private dinners, presentations, receptions and weddings.

Twycross Zoo itself is at the forefront of conservation, education and research meaning it is the perfect location to train and inspire your delegates. By placing your venue at the zoo, you are also supporting our conservation and educational work.

Windows on the Wild, offers a light, bright space for your guests to enjoy with large windows along one wall with views of a natural area of Twycross Zoo. The room boasts its own private entrance via Fisherman’s Shack. With a ceiling mounted projector and 3m x 1.7m screen, this room is the ideal space for any event. Package Description: Day Delegate Package from £33 + VAT per person to include:

Room hire of Windows on the Wild
Arrival refreshments with accompaniments
Mid-morning refreshments with accompaniments
Chef’s choice lunch with juice
Afternoon break with tea, coffee and accompaniments
LCD projector and screen*
WiFi
Free car parking
A dedicated event manager on the day

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 110

Dining

Dining

up to 90

Theatre

Theatre

up to 90

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 28

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 64

Classroom

Classroom

up to 40

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Disabled access

Disabled access

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Premises parking

Premises parking

Audio & visual

Projector & screen

Projector & screen

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Allowed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Cancellation policy

More than 24 weeks; 10% 24 – 12 weeks; 25% 12 – 4 weeks; 50% Less than 4 weeks; 100% Refundable spend: Days for the event: 28

Location

Reviews

  • funkidiva

    March 2024

    Great day out for all ages. Lots of animals to see and brilliant modern fun enclosures to see gibbons and chimpanzees. Cafes and a gift shop, soft play too for an extra fee. Eating lunch in the main restaurant whilst watching snow leopards was brilliant. Lots of parking and toilets. Activities throughout the year and daily animal talks. A couple of playground/parks. The great thing is you buy a ticket and it's valid for 12 months so we will be back when it's a bit warmer. Lots of animals to see. It's missing a reptile house though I think - the only thing missing.

  • Chloe harvey

    January 2024

    Great zoo for the price and size. Enough animals to see, interactive for kids. Includes a large gruffola experience. There is a restaurant, shops, toilets and soft play and a park outside with plenty of seats. Great deal when buying a day ticket you get a free yearly pass. Have been before so will come back again throughout the year. Not bad for a nice sunny winters day!

  • Ben Day

    March 2024

    Was okay, went in March many animals not out or visable, and the park was flooded needs some maintenance on the paths. The gruffalo discovery land was good some of the exhibits missing or didn't work though. Ticket price is good as you get the whole year for one price online so will try again in better weather.

  • David Edgeworth

    April 2024

    This is a place that is best visited in fine weather, during school term time. I visited on a busy Easter holiday Friday, after a night of heavy rain. The paths were covered in huge puddles, which was great for kids to splash in (take wellies), but not so good for adults who didn't want to get wet feet. Some puddles were right where you wanted to stand to see some of the animals, and some areas were also very muddy - a lot of work needs to be done on the drainage. Parking was well organised, with marshals guiding people into spaces. Admission was quick and easy, and most of the animals seemed quite content in large enclosures. There is a good aviary and butterfly house. I wasn't impressed with the Gruffalo trail at all though. Tickets are good value for money, with free returns for a year. Just watch out for little kids running about everywhere, and parents using buggies as battering rams.

  • Mitch Bryan

    April 2024

    Disappointing zoo. The animals don't seem well looked after. We only saw one tiger, that was constantly pacing up and down. All the chimpanzees are almost completely bald. There are only 2 giraffes, which don't have Avery much room at all. We only saw one rhino, which was locked in a cage. We couldn't really see the penguins as the water was so murky. Doubt we'll return here.