Paradise Wildlife Park
Paradise Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to meet lions, tigers, monkeys, zebras, tapirs, reptiles, birds and more.
Paradise is unique as visitors have the opportunity to touch and feed many of the animals and it is widely regarded as the most interactive zoo in the UK.
There are many attractions at Paradise including 3 themed adventure playgrounds, children's rides, Paradise Lagoon paddling pool, tractor trailer rides and for a small additional charge the Dinosaur Woodland Railway, On Safari Adventure Golf, Tiger Falls Gold Panning and Jungle Gems panning.
Paradise Wildlife Park continually adds new attractions, with some of the recent additions including penguins, white lions, gibbons, the national Speedway Museum and the Tumble Jungle indoor soft play area with
There is a daily schedule of animal based education and entertainment shows, meet the keeper activities and feed the animals and much more.
Paradise has the widest range of animal experiences in Europe where you can feed big cats by hand, shadow a keeper, meet the lemurs, shadow a big cat keeper, meet the meerkats, be a reptile keeper for a day, and face your phobia (snakes, creepy crawlies and spiders).
You can also enjoy the fantastic MAGIC Day (Meet And Greet Interesting Creatures) where you go behind the scenes. Animal experiences must be booked in advance and there are age restrictions on the activities.
We also come to you! We are proud to announce that Volkswagen Fleet Services fleet manufacturer of the year for the past 4 years have just renewed their sponsorship of our Outreach Programme.
We are re-launching our Outreach Programme with a brand new conservation-based session, where we bring live animals and artefacts into your classroom with a short film and talk highlighting our important overseas in-situ big cat conservation work in conjunction with the Wildlife Heritage Foundation.
Every child receives a special conservation comic sponsored by Volkswagen. You will learn more about Paradise Wildlife Park's support of the Big Cat Sanctuary managed by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation.
They have some of the World's most critically endangered big cats. This special breeding centre is not open to the public. Please visit the website for more information and costs.
Come and discover Paradise Wildlife Park where Education and Conservation come together through FUN.
Further information can be found on the Paradise Wildlife Park website or by telephone.
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Paradise Wildlife Park is situated just 20 miles north of London, just off junction 25 of the M25. Simply follow the brown and white tourist signs directly to the park.
Paradise Wildlife Park Postcode for SatNav: EN10 7QA
White Stubbs Lane