¾ of a mile pathway
Barbary macaques seem quite peaceful; you can get quite close to them and its lovely when you see them carrying their tiny little babies. It is so cute and precious being able to see the younger monkeys clinging on to their mums. The young monkeys are very playful too, so expect lots of fighting, wrestling and cheeky antics from them. They are entertaining.
Try and time your visit to coincide with one of the hourly feeding slots as its fun seeing the monkeys in a big group try and get at the food. It’s quite educational too as you learn lots more about them. There is also lots of information on boards as you walk round, so you leave knowing so much more about these lovely monkeys.
If you head to Staffordshire for attractions like Alton Towers take the time to squeeze in a visit here, its worthwhile letting your children learn more about the Barbary macaques and its good to support the work of
endangered wild Barbary macaques.
We visited in 2014, so should come back soon.