Beaver Water World is a small animal rescue charity and zoo just outside Biggin Hill, near south-east London. We are the largest exotic animal rescue charity in the UK.

On the borders between London, Kent and Surrey, just inside the M25, and established for more than 20 years, we offer a great value day out whether you’re a family, school group or an animal lover.

With more than 300 animals, and a wide variety of experiences, gifts and interesting creatures, it’s little wonder that we were awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the last three years running!



We closed our doors on the 5th of november 2017 at our current site and are waiting planning permission for our new site which could be a while! Dont despair we will return, our rescue animals will put a smile on your face once again. Keep an eye on our social media and website for further updates.

Thank you to everyone who has visited, fund raised and supported our charity over the last 37 years and heres to the future!



We are trying to raise the funds in order to relocate to a new site!

Please follow the link below to donate to our GoFundMe page


Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and Instagram via the linked icons below for current updates on the animals at Beaver Water World!


Opening times:

10:00 am- 5:00 pm 7 days a week (Excluding Christmas Day)

We specialise in reptiles, but also have a wide variety of mammals (including our famous beavers, meerkats and marmosets) and birds (including parrots, ducks, chickens, pheasants) as well as british wildlife.
Most of our animals are rescued and come from a variety of sources, including the RSPCA, RSPB and law enforcement agencies such as the Police, Border Force, and Trading Standards.
We are open all year-round, with daily talks during peak times (weekends from April-October and every day during school holidays), school visits and unique experiences during off-peak times and themed special events at Easter, Halloween and Christmas, so whatever your interest or reason for visiting, there’s always something new to see.