Animals, Birthdays, Gardens and Open Spaces, Outdoor Activities
Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s
(based on family of 4)
With one of the largest Parrot rescue centres in the World, Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is sure to amaze visitors of all ages.
On a family day out in Lincolnshire discover a wide range of animal species at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, the wildlife park and animal sanctuary just 10 miles from Skegness. Get up close to a wealth of species of birds, mammals and reptiles from tigers to parrots, meerkats to otters, lemurs to snakes. Within Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is the well established National Parrot Sanctuary that gives homes to parrots, parakeets, kookaburra, emu, rhea and more and is one of the largest sanctuaries in the world.
Walk in the aviary and help to feed over 100 free flying birds; get close to the tigers in one of the largest collections in the UK within the Bengal Gardens or book a tour that will allow you to have a closer experience with these amazing big cats.
Watch reptiles as you enjoy refreshments in the café and allow time for the kids to let off steam in the adventure playground. Take a stroll through the Ivanvale Nature Reserve around the lake and spot some of the UK’s own indigenous species
Last entrance to the Park is one hour before closing. The Wildlife Park is open all year, check website for daily opening times.
Entrance prices for 2020 are as follows –
Adult (16 – 59 years) £11.95, Child (3 – 15 years) £9.50, Child (under 3 years) Free, OAP (60+ years) £9.95, Concessions (Student, disabled, carer with ID) £9.95, Family (2+2) £40, Family (2+3) £49
Adult £40, Child/Concession £35, Family (2+2) £140, Family (2+3) £160
I was lucky enough to win a family Lemur experience. Every part of the day was absolutely fantastic! The experience its self was done by a very nice lady called Caroline. She was extremely friendly and great at helping my daughter to interact with the Lemurs. It was a really special day and one I loved so much we are already planning to do it again. The zoo has lots to see and is incredibly well run. I also applaud them for making it so accessible to people with disabilities . We were even able to hire a mobility scooter for my husband for a very reasonable price of £5, £3 of which is refunded on return. The whole day was a truly magical family day out.
9:39 AM July 3, 2018
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