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Date
29.06.24
Start time
11:00
End time
16:00
Belfast Zoo, Antrim Road, Belfast BT36 7PN
Northern Ireland branch

Enjoy a visit to one of the oldest visitor attractions in Northern Ireland

Belfast Zoo is now a leading and award-winning visitor attraction in Northern Ireland, with more than 200,000 visitors each year. Like many zoos around the world, Belfast Zoo plays a vital role in the conservation of species at risk.

With over 500 animals, more than 110 species, and 55 acres to explore, find everything you need to have a ‘zooper' visit to Belfast Zoo. The zoo has cafés, car parking and changing facilities and a “zoovenir shop”.

Owing to an ongoing maintenance plan the zoo is currently updating it's Monkey House so monkeys have been relocated to other parts of the zoo on a temporary basis, but this will not disrupt our visit.

Venue
You can find more information on how directions to Belfast Zoo on their website, including their accessibility guides.

Who should attend?
This event would appeal to adults, students and families (all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult).

Cost and Booking
Places are limited so advance registration is essential through the link at the top of the page. You do not need to pay during booking, attendees will purchase their tickets on the gate, and Royal Society of Biology members will be reimbursed 50% of their fee after the event. Please ensure you retain your printed receipt on the day, as this is required for reimbursement.

On the gate fees are as below:
Adult - £15
Full-time Student (valid NUS, University card or proof of age required) - £7.50
Child (aged 4 to 16) accompanied by an adult - £7.50
Senior (60+) - £7.50
Under 4's - Free

Special requirements
If you have accessibility requirements or allergies, please let us know during your booking, and we will do what we can to accommodate your needs.

Contact
For specific event queries, please contact Dr Richard Briggs at rpbjudo@hotmail.com
For booking and website queries, contact Lucy Eckersley at regions@rsb.org.uk or on 020 3925 3445.