Tropical World
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Tropical World Leeds

Located within Roundhay Park, Tropical World Leeds is a captivating destination that combines nature, education, and dining. After exploring the lush and vibrant exhibits, visitors can unwind at the Tropical World Café, which offers a delightful array of options for different dietary preferences. From vegetarian to vegan and gluten-free dishes, there’s something to cater to everyone’s needs.

To ensure a seamless visit, it is recommended to book tickets in advance, allowing you to skip the queues and make the most of your time exploring the diverse habitats and fascinating wildlife. Also, the Tropical World shop offers a range of souvenirs, gifts, and educational materials to take home as a memento or to continue learning about the natural world.

Tropical World also welcomes school visits, providing an enriching and interactive experience for students to deepen their understanding of various ecosystems and conservation efforts. With its combination of educational value, dining options, and memorable experiences, Tropical World Leeds is a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts.


Waterfall House:

Fun Fact: Did you know that chocolate originates from the pods of cocoa trees found in the lush rainforests of South and Central America? It’s fascinating to think that without these precious rainforests, we would be deprived of the delectable delight that is chocolate.


Clownfish have a fascinating strategy to develop immunity to the venom of anemones. They willingly let the anemones’ tentacles brush against their bodies, gradually building up a tolerance to the poison.

Desert House:

Meerkat gangs exhibit remarkable teamwork when hunting. They collaborate in a coordinated effort that includes designated lookouts who take turns and communicate through a range of distinct calls.

Rainforest Canopy:

The Pygmy Marmoset holds the title for being the tiniest monkey on Earth. Thanks to their elongated toes and claws, they possess exceptional climbing abilities, enabling them to cling to branches with ease.

Creature Corner:

The emerald tree monitor possesses a remarkable feature called a prehensile tail. This unique adaptation allows them to grip branches tightly while climbing, providing valuable support during their arboreal adventures.

Creature Cavern:

When distinguishing between poisonous and venomous, the key factor lies in their method of delivery. Venoms require injection to exert their effects, while poisons can have various routes of exposure, including skin contact, inhalation, ingestion, or even mere touch.

Butterfly House:

Were you aware?

Our Owl Butterflies have the astonishing ability to reach sizes of up to 20cm, which is equivalent to the size of a large dinner plate.

Tropical World Leeds Map

Opening Times

Monday: 10am – 6pm
Tuesday: 10am – 6pm
Wednesday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm


Princes Ave, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2ER

Phone Number

0113 237 0754




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Tropical World Ticket Price List

Ticket TypePrice
Children 5 to 15£4.00
Under 5sFree
Leeds Card£6.40
Leeds Card Extra£4.80

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Is there car parking?Yes, free
Can I bring my own food?Yes, Picnic area
Is there food and drink?Yes
Is there a toilet?Yes and Disabled toilet
Can I take my dog?Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs
Buggy/Disabled Access?Yes
Baby Changing Facilities?Yes

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