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Adopt a Monkey

Are you mad about monkeys or do you know someone who is? Then why not become a Drusillas adopter and help our animal care and conservation programmes? Sponsor a monkey today!

A monkey adoption is the perfect gift for any monkey lover! Our adopt a monkey gift pack includes:

  • Between 1-3 complimentary tickets to visit the Park depending on the level of adoption you choose
  • An adopt a monkey UK certificate signed by a Zoo Director
  • An adoption plaque on or near the monkey’s enclosure
  • A picture of the monkey you have adopted

How do I adopt a monkey?

To adopt a monkey, first take a quick look at our list of Animals to Adopt. Once you have selected the monkey you wish to adopt please download and complete the Adoption Form. Then either post the form back to us or email it to us at [email protected]. Alternatively please come and visit us in the Visitor Services Office opposite the Park Entrance.

Our adopt a monkey gift packages are ideal for an unusual gift or as a work, school or group mascot!

About Drusillas monkeys:

Drusillas offers a loving home to several different species of monkey, you can: 

  • Adopt a macaque 
  • Adopt a squirrel monkey 
  • Adopt a common marmoset 
  • Adopt a silvery marmoset 
  • Adopt a capuchin  
  • Adopt a colobus monkey 
  • Adopt a goeldis monkey 
  • Adopt a saki monkey 

Prices: 

Monkey adoption packages are available from £45. Please click the link for more details on price and a full list of Animals to Adopt.  

To download an adoption application form please click this link. 

Special adopt a monkey gift offers

  • 15% reduction on continuous adoption but not applicable with any other offer.
  • 15% discount to all Annual Members for all new annual adoptions. 

Corporate Adoptions

With almost 400,000 visitors a year a corporate monkey adoption would give your company the unique opportunity to advertise your services or products on a plaque alongside other current adopters and will show your support of Drusillas and the valuable conservation work we undertake. We have two corporate adoption schemes which start from £100 and include a minimum of four complimentary entry tickets. Please email us at [email protected] for more details.

FAQs

What benefits do you receive if you adopt a monkey at Drusillas?

If you adopt a monkey at Drusillas you'll receive between one and three complimentary tickets to the Park to visit them- this depends on the level of adoption you decide on. You'll also receive an adoption certificate signed by a Zoo Director and a picture of the animal species you have adopted.

How much does it cost to adopt a monkey at Drusillas?

Prices range from £45- £74 depending on the level of adoption you want. You'll also receive between one and three complimentary tickets to visit your adopted monkey- depending on which level of adoption you choose.

Which monkeys can I adopt at Drusillas?

At Drusillas you can adopt one of our macaques, squirrel monkeys, common marmosets, silvery marmosets, capuchins, colobus monkeys, goeldis monkeys, or saki monkeys.

If I adopt a monkey, how long does the adoption last for?

Adoptions at Drusillas last for 12 months. If you renew after the first year then we offer you a 15% discount as a thank you for your support.

Can I adopt a monkey for my company or business?

Yes! We do corporate adoptions which gives companies and businesses the chance to advertise their services or products on a plaque alongside other adopters and shows your support of Drusillas and the valuable conservation work we do. We have two corporate adoption schemes which start from £100 and include a minimum of four complimentary entry tickets- depending on the level of adoption you decide on.

How does adopting a monkey at Drusillas help the animals?

By adopting a monkey at Drusillas you are supporting the conservation work we do through our breeding programmes, studbook and record keeping, research we undertake in the Park and by donating to our Conservation Charity of the Year. Click here for more information about our conservation work.

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