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Beale Park Wildlife Park & Gardens was founded in 1956 by Gilbert Beale who created the Child Beale Trust, a charitable organisation, dedicated to the care and conservation of rare and endangered animals and birds. Not only is Beale Park a charity...more
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Came here at the end of October - so by booking online the entrance fee was only a bargin at £7 for an adult - I came with my 7 month baby. Entrance staff were friendly and welcoming. Got a map of the park but...More
Visited Beale Park with 5 young children during half term. Some children were dressed up in Halloween costumes, which was good fun.
We visited the park by the Little Tikes village, which was great as it is so varied. You do need to keep a...More
We went in low season so it was cheaper. It was a FABULOUS day out and there was much entertainment for the whole family! There were indoor areas and outdoor areas. Plenty of parks for children and toilets spread around which was really nice. A...More
Great place for a family day out lots to do and see.easy to get to from Reading situated near the banks of the Thames.lots of activities for the children to do and plenty of picnic areas to rest and eat.
This is s a very nice park. The ride on the train is a good day to start your visit.The animals and birds have quite a lot of space to move around, and there's also a couple of gardens to relax on a nice day.
What a fantastic little day out loads of different animals to see including birds, lemurs, goats and of course my favourite otters !
Animals enclosures are in tip top condition and a very clean and tidy park.
One suggestion would be to get the gardeners...More