My grandchildren like Wingz. It isn't a 'swep-up' attraction, in fact it's now a bit scruffy compared with when it opened a few years ago. They run on an absolute shoestring & the animals must cost a fortune to feed. We admire their fortitude & dedication & like to support local enterprise when we can. One of their problems (which I share living locally) is that weeds GROW here - it's a constant battle with strimmer etc & that needs staff & time.
Realistically you can see it all in an hour but the grandchildren will spend as much time as we allow, watching & feeding the meerkats - an endless fascination.
There is a play area for younger children, picnic table, a room for educational visits & the inevitable sales of nick-knacks.
We usually take advantage of the 'children go free' vouchers that appear periodically in the local paper to make it a bit cheaper.
Perhaps they should consider a 'friends' scheme to encourage locals to go more often.
As for being the No 1 attraction in Par - well, Par isn't really a touristy destination (except for the train station!) & that's the way locals like it.
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