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Wingham Wildlife Park

nr Canterbury, Kent

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Within the 24 acres site you will get to see many varied animals, birds, reptiles and creepy crawlies. There are walk through areas and encounter sessions. Amongst the wildlife you will find:-















Kune Kune Pigs

Prairie Dogs




Bird Aviaries

Pet Village


Birds of Prey

.. and the list goes on


Tropical House


Wild Cats



Activities at the park include being able to hand feed the free roaming birds such as ducks, peacocks, geese, chickens, pheasants and more with food you can buy at the admissions desk. You can also get up close to wildlife in the walk through enclosures with the deer, wallabies, prairie dogs and the Ring Tailed Lemurs, as well as with the Llama.

They also have the attraction of 'Keeper for the Day' and for a fee, currently 35 for adults and 30 for children over 9 years old, you can have a day working with the keepers, meeting, feeding, cleaning and learning about the animals.

There are also picnic areas and a large play area for children with a cafe nearby.

Location: Wingham Wildlife Park, near Canterbury, Kent

Grid Reference: TR253584 Ceremonial County: Kent

Map Link: Google  

Aerial photo: Google Aerial 

Getting there: Off the A257 between Canterbury and Sandwich

Access: disabled and wheelchair access around the whole park.
Website: www.winghamwildlifepark.co.uk
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Address: Wingham Wildlife Park, Wingham, Canterbury, Kent
Postcode: CT3 1JL Telephone: 01227 720836
Opening Times: Daily (Apr-Sep) 10am-6pm or (Oct-Mar) 10am-4pm. Closed Dec 25/26

Charges: Adults 14; Seniors 12; Child (2-15) 11 Under 2 FREE; Family (2+2) 44.

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By: Tracey Park Section: Wildlife/Safari Parks/Zoos Key:
Page Ref: wingham_wildlife Topic: Wildlife & Animals  Last Updated: 07/2014


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