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Visitor Attraction of the Year 2017 / 18. A truly wonderful attraction that is quickly becoming the pride of Lincolnshire, situated just 15 minutes from Skegness. Set in over 20 acres of wonderfully planted gardens the animal park is a registered...more
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Lovely morning spent here. We enjoyed feeding the parrots who spoke to us as we did so and the birds in the aviary who swamped us for food! Beautiful animals and nice that you can wander around at your own pace.
Small but well laid out. Mainly had parrots, cockatoos and other domestic birds. The main attraction for me was the tigers. Their enclosure was amazing and they looked very settled in it. A nice place to spend a good 2 - 3 hours. Good value...More
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is a really fun place to visit. We went there for my sisters birthday and she had the meerkat experience. She got to feed them and it was dirty but cute! The cafe was really nice and I loved the decor...More
Fantastic day out managed to get discount with a fb promotion, clean park with lots on offer. Easy to spend a whole day looking around the many animals from parrots to tigers. The cafe is very reasonable in price and the food is good to....More
Visited this hidden gem of Lincolnshire yesterday with hubby.
Watch your car as you head towards the park as the roads are not in the best condition go slow and steady!
Plenty of parking available and easy to access.
We were greeted by a friendly...More
Bought a Feed the Tiger experience for my partner. Great value and the keeper never rushed us and had lots of knowledge. Its a lovely little zoo and all the staff were friendly and helpful. Lovely walk through aviary... made some feathered friends.
Yes,some of the parrots have plucked their own feathers but there are signs explaining this to the public and surely these animals are better off in a large flock than isolated and away from the public eye. The African greys are especially entertaining and talkative...More
Came today with 3 children ages 4-8, it was awful! Over crowding of birds, with there feathers plucked out, all animal enclosures very small. Saw 4 tigers out of 11. Glad there was only 4 as the space they had wasn’t even enough for that...More
We visited this 'wildlife park' today and it was terrible!! The avary cages were far too overcrowded and filthy! There was one tiger out of 11, the animals were kept in dyer conditions (specifically the reindeer!!). There were no signs for the animals, the puma...More