Trentham Monkey Forest

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  • Address: Stone Road, Trentham, Tittensor, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8AY, UK, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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  • Phone: +44-1782659845
  • Tags: Forest, Family And Kids

If you are willing to spend some time with your children then take them to this place. You can walk all around the park and enjoy every corner of it. Mingling with wild monkeys will be a great experience. They are well fed and the staff take all the precautions and safety measures for the thousands of visitors visiting the place regularly. The scenery all around is great. Nature is kept undisturbed. The staff is very much informative. You will get to know everything you wish to. A must visit place if you are in the town.

How to Reach Trentham Monkey Forest

  • Bus 101 to stop- Monkey Forest

  • Trentham Monkey Forest Address: Stone Road, Trentham, Tittensor, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8AY, UK, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
  • Trentham Monkey Forest Contact Number: +44-1782659845
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  • 95% of people who visit Staffordshire include Trentham Monkey Forest in their plan

  • 68.97% of people start their Trentham Monkey Forest visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Trentham Monkey Forest

Monday, Friday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trentham Monkey Forest

People normally club together Trentham Shopping Village and Victoria Theatre while planning their visit to Trentham Monkey Forest.

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Trentham Monkey Forest Reviews & Ratings

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  • Definitely a great place for kids. Me and my boyfriend came here to spend some time walking around and seeing the monkeys. It took us about an hour to have a stroll around the place and we were done. But if you have kids then there is plenty more to do - places to stop and learn, a park to play in, trampolines, face paint etc.. You couldn't get close to the monkeys, which is understandable, but it seems to be advertised to suggest you 'walk amongst them' but if they walk on the path you're in then the staff ask you to step aside and wait until the money has passed. Not a bad place, but more suited to families with young children, rather than a place for adults to see.

  • Fantastic place! Great to see the monkey's so close up. Very relaxed environment, monkey's crossing right in front of you. Both my 9 year old and 2 year old loved it and the adults too. Nice walks and lots to do. A small play park, large eating area and good basic restaurant.

  • Excellent value, despite the negative reviews I feel for the incredibly reasonable £9 entry fee is very fair. There is more than enough on show. The feeding talk was informative and entertaining. I feel that people are looking to be entertained whilst here, when the park itself has gone out of its way to make for the most natural habitat for the monkeys just outside of Stoke. The actual walk through the forest is so peaceful and quiet with enough info points to not be too cluttered. If you enjoy watching the monkeys laze about, groom and play fight on occasion this is the place for you. If not then go to a circus.

  • If your close by or love this type of monkey this place is great. Overall was a pleased but then hour and half drive just wasn't worth it. Kids enjoyed it but genuinely after an hour they just got bored and wanted to play in the play area which was quite small in my opinion. Definitely worth supporting for all the research they, staff were all nice and smiling, facilities were decent. Almost forgot to mention price of drinks was ridiculously high (I get it) but £2.50 for 500ml bottle of softdrink is way too much.

  • Amazing to be able to experience the wildlife of a zoo so up close and personal. Fantastic to be able to see the animals Rome around freely with no barriers, as well as a very interesting and educational talk given by one of the park rangers. Great day out, and a good opportunity for young minds to learn!

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