All the staff and primates at Monkey World would like to thank the generous supporters who donated and fundraised for us during our closure to the public. We are pleased to be open to the public once more, albeit in a modified manner!
Luckily for us, the animals have ensured we have a form of routine throughout lockdown, and we have directed all our energies into ensuring they are happy, healthy and stimulated as always, in their rehabilitated family groups. Now as the park reopens, we look forward to welcoming visitors so we can start planning to help even more primates in need, as well as caring for those at the park for the remainders of their lives.
Visitors to Monkey World will still be able to see over 260 rescued and endangered apes and monkeys, living naturally with their own kind. Many have been neglected, kept in unnatural conditions, or experienced unbelievable cruelty. At Monkey World, they can all enjoy the company of their own kind in a safe and natural environment, and some are now part of international breeding programmes for endangered species.
Currently, Monkey World is open to limited numbers of pre-booked visitors, and to protect our rescued primates’ health and well-being, some services and facilities may be unavailable. Please visit the website to book, and to check on opening and facilities.
For more details, please go to: www.monkeyworld.org, email email@example.com or call 01929 462537