As well as over 50 flavours of award-winning Cheshire Farm Ice Cream sold in The Parlour, The Ice Cream Farm has lots of attractions on offer for the whole family. From Daisy’s Garden, a free children’s play area featuring tunnels, trampolines and climbing frames, to Honeycomb Canyon, Europe’s largest sand & water play, there is a huge amount to see and do.
There's so much to see and do - we don't know where to start! There's over 15,000 of the world's most exotic and endangered animals to discover in 125 acres of award-winning gardens.
Start exploring today to find out more about our wonderful wildlife and immersive habitats. And we're not just an amazing day out. You'll see that as a wildlife charity, conservation is at the heart of everything we do, here in the zoo and around the world.
The Art Glass artists Ed Burke and Margaret Burke discovered their passion for blown glass when they were both in their teens. Since then they have brought an aproach to fine glass making which has created a perfect symbiosis of colour, pattern and shape.
Iscoyd Park is a three-storey redbrick country house in Wrexham, Wales. It has a slate roof built in the early 18th century. It was sold in 1793 to William Hanmer, who added the current entrance range. The interior features panelled doors, an oak stair, original mantels, and oak floors. Iscoyd was designated a Grade II* listed building in 1962 as a well-preserved country house supported by a range of 18th- and 19th-century service buildings including a park and gardens, outbuildings, coach house, corn house, kennels, laundry, piggery and stables. The dovecote (now a studio) has a pyramidal slate roof.