Go Nuts at Monkey World!
*To protect our primates, staff and visitors, some facilities are closed, and all visitors aged 3+ will be required to wear a mask at all times at the park. Please see website for full opening details*
Every day this bank holiday weekend, all children who donate an unopened packet of nuts will receive a free Monkey World badge!
Nuts are a vital part of our rescued primates' diets, and we feed them on a regular basis to ensure their health and well-being.
Please hand your sealed packet of nuts in at the entrance gate to receive the badge.
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Customer notice: These nuts are stored out of the public area and are fed in primate enclosures by the keepers. We have assessed this activity as posing no higher risk to nut allergy sufferers than visiting a supermarket, but please use your own discretion.
Monkey World is home to over 250 rescued and endangered monkeys and apes of 22 different species. Opened in 1987 to provide abused Spanish beach chimpanzees with a permanent home, the site is now a sanctuary for primates from all over the world. Here you can see them enjoy the company of their own kind in a safe, natural environment. As the largest rescue centre of its kind in the world, visitors flock to see the biggest group of chimpanzees outside of Africa, Europe's only orang-utan nursery, and the largest breeding population of woolly monkeys.
For those planning multiple visits over the summer, an adoption pass is a great way to make the pennies go further- as well as helping fund future rescue and rehabilitation work. For just £25 for a child, the adoptive parent will receive a certificate, photo, 3 newsletters a year and entry pass to the park for a whole year!