This Valentine’s Day, Twycross Zoo has thought outside the chocolate box to give couples the opportunity to say ‘I love you’ in a way like never before…

Take a romantic stroll along Uda Walawe, a Sri Lankan themed elephant walkway; marvel at exotic birds in the Borneo Longhouse or take the Twycross Train through an aviary of Lovebirds, followed by an intimate three course dinner at Windows on the Wild.

Boasting its own private entrance through a wading birds aviary, Windows on the Wild provides a beautiful setting to enjoy a candle lit dinner with your loved one. Designed to whet the appetite of even the most discerning diner, an elegant and inspired Valentine’s menu will send taste buds swirling, whilst a carefully selected wine list effortlessly compliments the flavours on your plate.

For an extra special Valentine’s Day treat, you can even treat your loved one on the day to a special memento from your time at Twycross Zoo with an animal adoption.

Twycross Zoo will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Dinner to be held on Saturday 11th February at 7.00pm at Windows on the Wild and a Valentine’s Day Lunch on Tuesday 14th February at 12.00pm in the Himalaya Visitor Centre overlooking the family of snow leopards. Seating is limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Neil Satchwell, General Manager added, “We are really pleased to offer couples a fantastic venue to enjoy Valentine’s Day this year. Our restaurant in Windows On the Wild offers some of the best food around, so not only can you spend a day walking around the zoo with your loved one, you can also enjoy a quality, freshly prepared and home cooked three course dinner at an excellent price“.

Aspiring fiancés might even want to get down on one knee with the zoo’s magnificent herd of elephants creating an outstanding backdrop! Contact Guest Services at Twycross Zoo to see how they can help you plan your romantic gesture.

By enjoying Valentine’s Day at Twycross Zoo, you are helping the East Midlands Zoological Society, a registered charity, to continue its valuable work at the zoo and on conservation projects around the world.

For more info just call 0844 474 1777.