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Beale Wildlife Park is the perfect spot for a family day out. You can read all about our visit here.
What is there to do at Beale Wildlife Park?
Beale Wildlife Park is a wonderful place to explore with children of all ages no matter what time of year it is. There are plenty of places to play and lots of animals to see.
There is a great bouncing pillow.
A huge sandpit.
An adventure playground with lots of rope play equipment.
A paddling pool for the warmer months.
For younger children there is a Toddlers Village (with cars, trikes, traffic lights etc) and an indoor soft play area.
There are over 160 species of birds and animals to see around the park. You will find both zoo and farmyard animals. You can also book animal experiences at an extra charge per person.
The grounds, lakes and ponds are just lovely and we saw many pond skaters, dragon flies and even turtles!
The train ride was a lot of fun. The train went every 20 minutes and it was a great way to see more of the wildlife park and animals.
What Facilities are there at Beale Wildlife Park?
You can eat at the Wild Kitchen Cafe. They offer kid’s lunch boxes.
There is a gift shop here too.
There are plenty of picnic areas.
Beale Wildlife Park run an after school Zoo Club. You can find out more here.
How do I Book Tickets?
You can book tickets here. Prices vary depending on the time of year you visit.
They also offer Fiver Friday tickets during the Spring/Summer seasons and visit the park for £5pp after school.
Where is it and Where do I Park?
The post code is; RG8 9NW. Click here for further directions.
Parking on site is free.
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