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CAISTER-ON-SEA
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Join a tiger for tea.

tiger - Join a tiger for tea. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £13.50 (adult with discount voucher) Time: 1-3 hours
It's not the first place you'd expect a tiger to be, but Norfolk is home to a range of Asian wildlife - though most of it is confined to Thrigby Wildlife Gardens in Filby Road in Thrigby, near Great Yarmouth. It's open from 10am, so take a trip around and see the animals being fed, including their tigers (usually at 3pm, but check to avoid disappointment).
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CAISTER-ON-SEA
NORFOLK
52.64809, 1.72648


Sunrise: 07:32
Sunset: 15:47
Weather: scattered clouds, 0°C max, -1°C min


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