Are you a Zoo or Safari Park?
We are a mixture of the two! You pay whilst in your car at the Pay Kiosk at the end of our drive into the Park. You then park your car (for free) and walk around the grounds. We have created animal enclosures that are spacious and carefully landscaped, with no intrusive fencing, taking full advantage of the beautiful rural setting of the Bradwell Grove Estate. This means that the visitor can get ‘closer to wildlife’ than in many other zoological collections giving the Park the feel of a ‘walking safari’.
Are dogs allowed?
What time are you open?
Is the train running today? (The train will be running a restricted service throughout the summer)
How long are E-tickets valid from?
How do I upgrade my day visitor ticket or E-ticket to a season ticket?
Can we bring a picnic?
Do I have to pay for car parking?
How do I get to you by car?
How can I get to you by public transport?
What time are the daily Animal Talks/Feeds?
Do Blue Peter badge holders receive free admission or a discount?
Is the Park fully accessible for disabled people/pushchairs?
Yes, we are 99% accessible for both wheelchairs and pushchairs. The only place wheelchairs cannot access is the first floor of the Bat House, but there is a viewing platform at ground level too. The bridge over Flamingo Lake isn’t wheelchair friendly, but there is another entrance next to the Bridge. For more details go to our accessibility information.