Walk-through Exhibits

Take a walk on the wild side in our popular walk-through exhibits; Lemurland, Lory Landing and the Bat Cave!  Where getting nose to nose with nature is all part of one of the best days out for children in Sussex.

Lemurland

Lemurland

Lemurland provides visitors with a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with two beautiful species native to Madagascar. Visitors can rendezvous with the ring-tails and watch the black lemurs in bewilderment as they leap and launch through the air above.

Lemurland is open daily from the start of February half term to the end of October half term. It is closed weekdays in November, December, January and February but open every weekend and all East Sussex school holidays (weather permitting).

Weather permitting Lemurland is open:

11.00am – 4.00pm BST

11.00am – 3.30pm GMT

Lory Landing

In Lory Landing you can enjoy a bird’s eye view with our friendly flock of rainbows lorikeets; a brightly coloured parrot native to Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Journey along the flight path as the lorikeets swoop and soar through the sky above and armed with a cup of nectar* you’ll have them eating out of your hand!

*nectar feeding costs £1 per pot

Lory Landing is open daily from the start of February half term to the end of October half term. It is closed weekdays in November, December, January and February but open every weekend and all East Sussex school holidays (weather permitting).

Weather permitting Lory Landing is open:

11.00am – 4.00pm BST

11.00am – 3.30pm GMT

The Bat Cave

The Bat Cave

If you’re batty about bats, Drusillas Park has the perfect place to hang out!

Our walk-through bat enclosure allows you to see these captivating creatures at close quarters and the imaginative exhibition covers the story of vampires and lots of fascinating facts about British bats. Other inhabitants of the Cave include our violaceous turacos and Soph and Sidone the sloths

The Bat Cave is open daily.

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