Set in 100 acres of Suffolk countryside, Africa Alive Zoological Reserve is a conservation hub for some of Africa’s most vulnerable species of animal.
Set in 100 acres of Suffolk countryside, Africa Alive Zoological Reserve, run by the Zoological Society of East Anglia is a conservation hub for some of Africa’s most vulnerable species of animal. Including the Southern White Rhinoceros, African Lion, Reticulated Giraffe and Blue-Eyed Black Lemur.
Through conservation, education, and the active involvement of our communities, we are sparking a lifelong interest in people of all ages, to help us protect the rich diversity of our precious world, for all our futures.
There is something for everyone at Africa Alive Zoological Reserve. Support our conservation work, enjoy native wildlife, and reconnect with the animals you know and love. Together, we can make a difference.
Watch over the ‘Plains of Africa’ where five species from the African savannah including the Southern White Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Chapman’s Zebra, Ostrich and Blesbok graze together.
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the magnificent African Lions from ‘Lookout Lodge’ and observe the daily habits and routines of our pride.
Join us for daily feeding talks to learn more about our incredible animals, and help support our vital conservation work, by learning how we are protecting animals in their natural habitats.
Learn more about our natural world and join our Conservation Education team to meet some of the reserve’s smallest residents in the Discovery Centre for Conservation Education.
Head to the ‘Farm Barn’ to meet our friendly domestic livestock and learn more about the animals you see every day.
Explore 5 acres of wetland, home to native waterfowl, species of rare dragonfly and migratory birds.
Africa Alive Zoological Reserve is currently open every day from 9:30am – 5:30pm (last admission at 4:30pm), excluding Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.
- Accessible toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Baby changing