Paradise Wildlife Park

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When: 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2014

Opening hours: 9:30am-5pm

Website: Visit website

 

 

Paradise Wildlife Park is the most interactive zoo in Britain. Visitors can touch and even feed many of the animals in the Animal Park by purchasing one of our specially prepared animal feedbags.Or you could go one further with the chance to feeding a lion or tiger by hand! (£199) Feel their breath on your face and appreciate their true size as they stand on their hind legs and gently take the meat from your hands.

With a huge collection of over 400 animals, including penguins, meerkats, monkeys, gibbons, lemurs, zebras, tapirs, wolves, toads, wallabies, reptiles, and birds, there is plenty to see and do. Enjoy the best collection of big cats on display in Britain, and get close to tigers, lions, leopards, snow leopards, cheetahs and ocelots.


Visitor information

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Venue address

Paradise Wildlife Park
White Stubbs Lane, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 7QA

Venue contact details

Tel: 01992 470490

Email: info@pwpark.com

Directions

Paradise Wildlife Park is situated 20 miles North of London, just off the A10 near to junction 25 of the M25. Simply follow the brown tourist signs.

A10 - If you are travelling via the A10. Please travel to the Broxbourne/Turnford exit signposted A1170. There are brown tourist signs from this exit.

A1 - Please travel down the A1(M) to junction 1 and take the M25 (left) towards the Dartford Crossing. Travel to junction 25 and follow the brown tourist signs. If you have a SatNav device it may bring you off the A1 at Hatfield and along the A414 and then through the lanes. Please do not panic! This is effectively the back way in to Paradise Wildlife Park and you will not see any signs until you are on top of the Park.

M1 - Please travel down to the M1 to junction 6a and take the M25 (left) towards the Dartford Crossing. Travel to junction 25 and follow the brown tourist signs.

Location

Event details can change.

Please check with the organisers that the event is happening before making travel arrangements.

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