Get Closer to Wildlife on a school trip to the Cotswolds! With over 250 species of animal including Giraffe, Lions, Rhino, Zebra… to name a few, in beautiful spacious parkland and Gardens. Our educational talks take place outside and are for all key stages. We also have 3 classrooms that can be hired. We have big lawns and shelters for picnics.
Our new Giraffe walkway lets you get eye-to-eye with these amazing creatures, or you can walk amongst lemurs in our Madagascar exhibit. Ride on the railway around the Park or climb the tree house in the adventure playground. Take a picnic and watch the Rhinos and Zebras or enjoy lunch in the Oak Tree Restaurant. Groups can book our Brass Rubbing room. It’s wheelchair and pushchair friendly with disabled facilities and 99% accessibility.
Talks for KS1-4 include: Caring for animals, Touch Table, Caring for Animals, World of Plants, Classification, African Animals, Rainforests, Conservation, Reptiles, Primates, Animals of Extreme Enviroments, Living Things, The Park as a Business, Science in the Workplace, Conservation and breeding of endangered species and Enclosure Design. We can do a range of bespoke tours and talks for Further and Higher Education colleges. Our talks are free between Sept-March.
Birds of Prey Demonstrations 19 Jul 2014 to 25 Aug 2014
This summer, every weekend at the Cotswold Wildlife Park from 19th July – 25th August, there will be free flying Bird of Prey demonstrations. Birds will swoop low over your heads or soar high in the sky over the Park’s beautiful grounds. See a variety of different birds from eagles to owls in these demonstrations, which take place at 1.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. on the lawns in front of the Manor house.
Now for the first time you can purchase online tickets for the Park, at last year’s prices, which are valid for one month from date of purchase.
Currently there is no accommmodation related to this attraction.