The Cotswold Wildlife Park is a great day out for all the family
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Cotswold Wildlife Park
The Cotswold Wildlife Park, near to the Cotswold town of Burford in Oxfordshire, is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian Manor House and has been open to the public since 1970.
On Saturday 3rd and Saturday 10th August there will be a guided tour of the Park after hours (6.30 - 8.30pm), by Cotswold Wildlife Park animal Keepers. Ask questions and watch some of the animals being fed.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.
Adults £25 children £20. Season ticket holders: adults £20, children £15.
There are a limited number of tickets.
Come and join in the spooky fun at the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, this Howl-o-ween!
Spooky Train Ride
Wolverine Talk at 2.30pm daily during Howl-o-ween
Pumpkin Patch – our Gardening team works their magic on pumpkins, turning them into animals, people and ghosts!
Brass Rubbing Centre in the Manor House is open and children can create amazing animal masterpieces.
Indoor exhibits to see scary animals such as our Bat House and Reptile House with venomous snakes and the biggest reticulated Python Snake in the UK, 26 feet long. We also have our re-furbished Insect House with tarantulas and scorpions, and undercover areas by the Wolves, Wolverines and Giraffe.
Cotswold Wildlife Park - Opening Times
The Park is open everyday throughout the year (except 25th December) from 10am.
Between April and October the last admission is at 16:30 and between November and March last admission is at 15:30
The Animals of the Cotswold Wildlife Park
During your visit to the Cotswold Wildlife Park you can see Asiatic Lions, Chapman's Zebra, White Rhinoceros, Emu and the recently introduced Wolves.
Cotswold Wildlife Park Gardens
With so many animals to see at the Cotswold Wildlife Park, don't forget to take a look at the beautiful gardens!
The Cotswold Park has become well known for its exotic planting, particularly in the favourable microclimate of the Walled Garden where Bananas and Cannas are a speciality.
From ancient Oaks to vibrant exotic planting, from traditional borders to contemporary prairie style schemes, the gardens at the Park are quite special and are rapidly becoming known by garden lovers.
Many of the animal exhibits are complemented by the Cotswold Wildlife Park's naturalistic style of planting, imitating where possible the animal’s own habitat. For example, you can view the endangered Amur Leopards through and within a forest setting, whilst the Meerkats inhabit an arid environment.
Cotswold Wildlife Park - Events
A number of daily activities take place such as penguin feeding, lemur feeding talk and brass rubbing (school holidays).
Camping at Cotswold Wildlife Park
Burford Caravan Club Site is an attractive and spacious site opposite the Cotswold Wildlife Park.
Address: Bradwell Grove, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4JJ
Telephone: 01993 823080
The site has a total of 119 pitches, 41 hardstanding.
Page last updated 31/10/2013 12:23:09
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