A day at Calderglen zoo will allow you and your family to discover a wide range of exotic and endangered animals. This includes owls, coatis, marmosets, wallabies, and the ever popular and watchful meerkats.
Situated in the Conservatory, the gift shop is the first port of call for visitors. Here you can buy tickets to the Zoo and gardens and receive information about the park. The gift shop is packed with a wide range of souvenirs, gifts, toys and confectionery as well as pocket money toys for children.
Conservatory / gardens
Customer Notice: Due to structural damage to the conservatory (indoor area), it is closed until further notice. Group bookings will still have access to the outdoor area of the zoo.
Take a break from the weather and visit the conservatory and ornamental garden. The tropical displays of plants from around the world are a must see, especially for any keen gardener.
The Courtyard café
The Courtyard café offers a wide range of tempting hot and cold snacks or something more substantial. Try the daily specials within a welcoming atmosphere, where staff pride themselves on their customer service.
There are over eight miles of nature trails at Calderglen, where nature lovers and ramblers alike can enjoy a walk through the woods or along the banks of the River Calder. Calderglen's four official nature trails all start from the Information Point at the top of the main drive.
Overlooking Torrance House on the main lawn, there is a large picnic area and adjacent to our adventure play area there is a self contained barbecue site.
We offer a dedicated play area for younger children near our main car park, whilst older children can enjoy hours of fun in the more demanding adventure play area outside of the Zoo within the park.
The gallery hosts a variety of both professional and amateur art work in its exhibition areas. There are three rooms in the gallery which are available for general hire.
Torrance House 18 hole golf course and club.