Top Tips for your Visit

‘The park is built around a naturally beautiful valley and some pathways are steep in places. Wheelchair users can access some parts of the attraction but not all of it. Please telephone 01271 882486 for more information regarding this matter.’

Our beautiful park is built within a valley, which gives it its unique setting that is absolutely gorgeous. Due to the terrain there are some fairly steep parts of the park and side by side double buggies can be a bit difficult to take around, we do provide a free hire baby carriers service (Deposit needed ) if you haven’t got your own, and need one. We advise you to wear sensible footwear and take your time walking around the park, checking your map for talk times.

Get involved in all our Talks, Shows and Encounters to get the most out of your day, it really does make a difference as you see more of the animals up close when you attend these.

Remember the animals and birds are wild so please do not cross the barriers or touch the birds as they might bite!

Please do not feed the animals with anything other than the suitable food available as you could make them very ill.

Litter – Please dispose of your litter carefully in order to protect the wildlife in the park.

No chewing gum is allowed on the park.

Sorry but Dogs are not allowed in the park as we have free roaming animals.

Drivers can get the car and then collect the other members of the party at the bottom of the Drive