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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

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Pershore Road Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7RL England
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Peachesandcream wrote a review Oct 20
23 contributions12 helpful votes
Depressing seeing wild animals in small confinements, desperate to get out. It’s not a natural habitat for them.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Liz D wrote a review Sep 2020
46 contributions1 helpful vote
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After finding out the wildlife conservation had a red panda I really wanted to book and visit. I spent hours trying to get through to the conservation park to book a ticket, when I got through 2 minutes before the telephone line closed the lady in the phone was pleasant. Booked my tickets 3 weeks in advance luckily so if you’re looking to book make sure you do it with plenty of time to spare since the phone lines are a nightmare. Once I arrived at the park on the day of my visit there was plenty of parking, entry was no issue, and the weather luckily held up (it’s all outdoors). As we went round it was difficult to some of the animals since there was a lot of vegetation in the enclosures, but we saw a lot of the animals regardless. The park was pretty much empty which I guess was a good thing due to Covid, and a one way system was put in place which limited contact with other people. I spent around 1 hour here, it was a nice place and tickets were inexpensive. However, I wouldn’t return.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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batesy wrote a review Sep 2020
Solihull, United Kingdom181 contributions30 helpful votes
Can't believe this is the first time we've been here its fantastic and so close to home . They certainly have the covid situation in hand with hand sanitizer stations everywhere. Its a great little zoo bigger than we expected with well kept animal enclosures . Big car park next door well worth a visit . We had drinks and baguettes from the cafe which again was better than expected. We'll take a picnic next time as there's plenty of tables . One major down side is that you have to book on the phone which took us over 150 tries before we got through . Get online booking and it would be perfect . We will be back
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Louis C wrote a review Sep 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom4 contributions
Fantastic day out. Don't listen to any bad reviews on here and just go. Tons of interesting animals to see (although some enclosures were closed in August due to Covid) and a really nice site next to Cannon Hill Park. Overall I wouldn't say Covid made too much of a difference to our visit. Excellent value as well; as students we only paid £5.55 for entry- a bargain! Booking a ticket is easy, just call up and pick either a morning or afternoon slot. We hope to visit again soon.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Leisha C wrote a review Sep 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom1 contribution
Love the Birmingham Nature Center normally. However it is impossible to get a ticket at the moment (Aug 2020). I have tried the ticket phone line for two days now and it is either engaged or when you get through it just rings out with no answer. They are really wasting people's time making people phone for a ticket and then not answering!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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