Late Summer Fun At Battersea Park Children's Zoo

Feeding Time and Keeper Talks to keep the kids entertained

Ring-tailed lemur. Picture: Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

August 15, 2023

If you’re looking for an activity to while away the rest of the school holidays or weekends as the autumn breezes in, Keeper Talks & Feeding Times at Battersea Park Children’s Zoo could be just the ticket.

The Zoo’s Keeper Talks run daily and offer kids the chance to learn about amazing animals from the people who know and love them best - their dedicated keepers.

Every day throughout August and until the end of December, visitors of all ages can join the zookeepers at feeding times to find out more about the animals they care for as well as the zoo's important conservation work.

Capuchin Monkey. Picture: Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

Morning Schedule

11:00am Asian Short-Clawed Otter

12:00pm Ring-Tailed Lemur

Afternoon Schedule

2:30pm Asian Short-Clawed Otter

3:00pm Capuchin Monkey

While you watch them munch their lunch or tea, you will hear everything about the zoo’s resident otters, capuchins monkeys or ring-tailed lemurs. The feeding time Keeper Talks last about ten minutes.

Robin the Asian short-clawed otterRobin the Asian short-clawed otter. Picture: Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

1st August - 31st December 2023

All ages welcome. Talks included in your admission ticket.


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