Thrigby Hall in Norfolk (near Great Yarmouth) is a great place to visit for the day. It has a mixture of smaller wild animals that have either been bred in captivity or been rescued. Feeding takes place in the afternoon, and the fruit for the primates is kindly donated by Sainsbury's.
Most of the hall itself isn't open to the public, but it does host the gift shop that sells the usual array of fluffy toys, nic-nacs and momentos. For more visiting information, please visit the Thrigby Hall website.
Here are all the areas of the wildlife park: Yew Avenue - Leopards - Summer House - Red Pandas - Gibbons - Monkeys - Otters/Porcupines - Swamp House - Forest House - Cockatoo Cafe - Pool Garden - Warty Pigs - Tiger Tree Walk - Tiger Tunnel - Walk-through Aviary - Cats' Cloisters - Willow Pattern Garden - Lime Tree Lookout - Picnic Pavillion