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Ireland's Wildest Attraction. Fota Wildlife Park is set on 100 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour. It is a unique place where you can come face to face with free roaming animals and birds from all parts of the world. So if...more
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Visited the park on Sunday last, it had been 12 months or more since our last visit. We were an extended family group of 7 adults and 5 children between the ages of 16 years and 18 months. We had an absolutely lovely visit, the...More
Spent a lovely afternoon here with my family. The grounds are so nice and even though the animals are secured behind fences there is a real free feel to the place. You can get close enough up to fences etc and the enclosures compared to...More
We had perfect weather for our trip to Fota last month and the day was just lovely. The entry fee is very reasonable, as are the prices in the gift shop. The animals look very well cared for and it seemed that the vast majority...More
It was a perfect day out to enjoy sunshine, long walk and to have an opportunity to see these animals. It is definitely worth to visit if you have kids, is fun and you can learn a lot about about each animal.
Pretty average wildlife park - wow this was advertised as one of the best wildlife parks with animals roaming around however what we experienced was anything but. You could barely see any animals and the restaurant left a lot to be desired. Messy and unkempt...More
The park was alright, we went when the weather wasnt that great, was only in Cork for the day as we were passing through we planned to come to Fota, it rained alot so we didnt get to see most of the animals as they...More