Fantastic wildlife park also boasts a Victorian Manor House.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park is home to one of the UK’s largest zoological collections and most exciting gardens, a place where millions of visitors have discovered the beauty and diversity of the natural world since it first opened in 1970.
As well as plenty of seasonal events, Cotswold Wildlife Park also has a range of activities that run daily throughout the year like penguin feeding, lemur feeding and talks, and a children’s farmyard. Special events include birds of prey demonstrations, Lemur weekends and even car rallies.
A really unique offering for children aged 7 to 11 is the Junior Keeper Experience. The Experience runs from 9.00am to 1.00pm and will include activities such as mucking out and feeding some of the animals, as well as learning about the assortment of enrichment techniques used to ensure the animals are kept well stimulated.
With the Victorian Manor House at the hub, a large walled garden and a wonderful collection of mature trees form the backbone of the landscape. The planting in and around the animal exhibits is an important part of the work done by the gardeners and of course presents its own interesting challenges!
Visit the attraction website using the link provided to find out ticket and admission prices.
To see if this attraction has any offers or discounts available to you, please visit our offers page.
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
Tel: 01993 823006
April to October: 10.00am to 6.00pm (last admission 4.00pm)
November to March: 10.00am to dusk or 5.00pm (last admission 3.00pm)
Be sure to allow at least 4 hours. With an amazingly diverse collection of species and 160 acres of beautiful parkland there’s a lot to pack in.