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The Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is home to some of the worlds most endangered animals. During your visit you will see Red Pandas, Colombian Black Spider Monkeys, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Ocelot Cats, European Lynx, Northern Bald...more
Pershore Road | Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7RL, England
All reviewsred pandafeeding timesreptile houseinteresting animalswide variety of animalscouple of hoursindoor play areafew hoursper adultsoft playlovely visitgreat afternoonchildren and adultssunny daygreat for kidsentrance feecity centre
I have lived in Birmingham for 33 years and only went for the first time today!
It was quite a surprise to find all these furry little critters so close to the city!! If you go expecting a full on zoo or safari park then...More
Ignore the negative reviews, never read such tosh. This place consistently fulfills our expectations and deserves the full support of its visitors to ensure it remains viable. Great value, and the food in the cafe is decent. Really disappointed to read some of the negative...More
For £6.25, visiting the wildlife conservation park was well worth it.
If you're looking for something to do on a Sunday, want a lazy day or need something to take your mind of a hangover, I'd recommend visiting and seeing what it's all about!
We took my 7 year old godson for a day out.
The entrance fees I think are very reasonable, under £23 for 3 adults and a child.
The animals were all looked well kept and happy.. Was lovely to see all the babies and the...More
Visited with my husband, daughter and granddaughter aged 5. We were all quite dissappointed. My daughter and I used to visit regularly when she was young and it was far better then. A lot of the animals looked lonely and a little neglected. No otters...More
took my son here when his older sister was having a play day with her friend and he loves monkeys. We have been before so knew it was not that big but okay for a short trip of couple of hours but nbeyond that i...More
Came to have a look as we were nearby. Found the whole experience very disappointing. The signage and layout felt muddled and most animals took some serious spotting/were not there. Some areas felt a little dirty and we gave up on ice cream as no...More
Can’t believe how cheap it was to visit this place. There are plenty of animals to see, but also an outdoor play area and indoor soft play area. Can’t rate this place enough! The kids loved it and it didn’t hurt my pocket!
How is the admission price so little? The amount to do and see here is unreal, great staff, café and gift shop. I spent hours here and can't wait to return. Well done and thank you- you put the Safari Park and Dudley Zoo to...More
Response from NatureCentre | Property representative |
Hi Claudia, The Wildlife Park is open all the year round. Currently our opening times are from 10am - 5pm, last admission is 4pm. Please check our website for winter opening times. We hope you have a great visit.