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Earnley Butterflies Birds and Beasts

#44 of 64 things to do in Chichester Features Animals
133 Almodington Lane | Earnley, Chichester PO20 7JR, England
+44 1243 512637
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Felt maybe a bit too pricey for admission; there are various laid out gardens; animal avenue (for... read more

Reviewed today
Kim Q
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Very pleasant

Lovely for small children with lots of small animals to look at. Butterflies were so pretty... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
London, United Kingdom
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133 Almodington Lane | Earnley, Chichester PO20 7JR, England
+44 1243 512637
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Reviewed today via mobile

Felt maybe a bit too pricey for admission; there are various laid out gardens; animal avenue (for rescued animals) aviary & small butterfly area. Museum & shipwreck exhibition; there was a gardener working there too

Thank Kim Q
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely for small children with lots of small animals to look at. Butterflies were so pretty Different small garden areas ok for a pram

Thank 103bollygirl
Reviewed 1 week ago

I had read reviews before we visited and they were very mixed some rated very good and some awful. What a charming place we found it to be, we went on a wet day and there were lots of attractions from butterflies to birds to...More

Thank leel223
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This small centre has a small collection of beautiful butterflies, a few beautiful birds of the Parrots family, very amusing. There were a few animals (Guinee pigs, rabbits etc ..) and a beautiful garden. Thre is a nice large cafe for food and refreshment. The...More

Thank Francoise W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited last year, over priced most of the butterflies were dead. Hardly anything to see or do. The animals didn't seem very well cared for. Absolutely extortionate for what's there.

Thank sarahw812
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we stopped by here over the weekend . it wasnt cheap but in fairness no more expensive than other places . we particularly wanted to see the butterflies and was reasonably happy with the ammount we saw flying around but even so a lot of...More

1  Thank binkynsteve
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The first thing that met the eye was the run down state of the place. I've been to Butterfly exhibitions in mighty fine places but this place has the most dirty roofing and sidings upon which butterflies lived. The animals are well cared for. Their...More

Thank Jeanwats0n
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited here Bank holiday weekend, very quiet. Quite expensive to enter, and once in there are a number of areas, and enclosures to visit. The bird and butterfly enclosures are large disused greenhouses. The butterfly enclosure is nice although very hot inside. The bird enclosure...More

Thank Birdieinthetree
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was a little disappointing after the on line description. The butterflies were amazing and there are interesting facts posted around the enclosure. The birds are mainly grey parrots and budgies. The museum we found fascinating with displays of artifacts relating to life from around...More

Thank lizanneSurrey
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited on a Friday on the Easter half term holiday with 2 grandchildren aged 6 and 11.Given some previous poor reviews we were pleasantly surprised that it was actually pretty good. Yes it could do with some tlc in places but then animals in the...More

Thank 235miniman
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