Cotswold Wildlife Park has a series of events - take a look at what we've got planned over the next few months below.
World Penguin Day
We are supporting World Penguin Day this year by helping raise awareness of Penguin Conservation through talks and activities at our Penguin Pool. All funds raised on the day will be donated to Sphenisco, a conservation charity working with Humboldt Penguins in Chile.
To help celebrate we are having a Penguin Colouring Competition.
For more details and how to enter click here.
Scruffs Dog Show
Our fifth annual charity dog show. Dogs of all ages and abilities welcome to take part in our fun dog show, with categories such as ‘prettiest eyes’ and ‘waggiest tail’. All money raised will go to this year’s chosen charity. Normal admission price applies for dog owners.
23rd- 31st May
A week of Lemur based talks and activities to highlight our Lemur conservation work to save species such as the Greater Bamboo Lemur and Sifaka from extinction. Find out more about our conservation projects here.
MG’s in the Park
The Oxfordshire section of the MG Owners Club has held their ‘MG’s in the Park’ event at the Cotswold Wildlife Park for the last 16 years and we look forward to welcoming them again this year. Last year attracted 500 varied models of the historic MG motor car marque, ranging from TAs, MGAs, Midgets and MGB/Cs through to a fabulous turn-out of the MGF / TF convertibles, the various Z range MGs, including the ZT260s and the all new MG3 and MG6 saloons.
Entrance to the MG Show, the Park and all its attractions is free for the MG driver, with any passengers paying the Park’s group discount price for entry (£11.50 adults and £8.00 for children aged 3-16 years and for over 65). Pre-Booking is not required.
The MG Owners Club actively welcomes all Park visitors to take a look around the free MG show during the day.
15th- 23rd August
A week of Rhino based talks and activities to highlight our conservation work with Tusk Trust; an organisation set up to help protect African wildlife and halt the decline of one of Africa’s most famous wild residents.