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Throughout June our Education Team will be taking part in the Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild challenge

Led by Sustainability Officer, Laura, the Education team are promising to carry out at least one Random Act of Wildness each and every day throughout June - from hugging trees to cleaning beaches.

Admittedly, we’ve got a slight advantage as we work in a really wild place, but even for us it’s easy to take things for granted. This is the perfect opportunity to embrace the wild, connect with our local environment and learn more about our native species.

Laura will be documenting the team’s daily wildness over on our Wildlife Learning Facebook page, along with lots of inspiration to help you do your very own #30DaysWild at home.

Find out more and sign up for 30 Days Wild here and get your 30 Days Wild pack, full of goodies and ideas to inspire you -  and don’t forget to follow our wildness over on Facebook!


The health of our zoo family, which includes our visitors, staff and animals, is our top priority. In light of the most recent advice from Public Health England and the government, we have closed Blackpool Zoo at until further notice.

Please be assured that our dedicated keeper team will continue to provide the best care for our animals during the closure.

If you’ve booked tickets for any day during this closure, you can exchange them for any other date in 2020 or we can provide a refund. Please send your booking details to tickets@blackpoolzoo.org.uk.

We’ll keep you informed through our website and social media channels. We apologise for any disappointment and thank you for your patience.

We really look forward to welcoming you back to Blackpool Zoo when we re-open.

Stay safe everyone.