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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 reviews red panda feeding times reptile house interesting animals wide variety of animals couple of hours indoor play area few hours per adult soft play lovely place to visit entrance fee great afternoon children and adults great for kids sunny day city centre
It’s a small zoo, a lot of monkeys, and some others animals, a lot of trees or plants hide the view.
You can go there to have an idea but I will not go a second time at this zoo.More
Date of experience: December 2018
NatureCentre, Manager at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday
Thank you for your feedback. We do indeed have a large collection of primate species. These are maintained in family/social groups. We also have red pandas, ocelots, binturong, otters, meerkats, agouti, mara, capybara, African spurred tortoises and 'Pete' our Komodo dragon to name just...More
Place in need of maintenance.
Didn't see most of the animals as they were hidden away in the overgrown pomds/bushes.
Most animals tucked away in a corner/under foliage hiding away. Clearly not enjoy the co fined environment.
Completely not what I was expecting for a...More
Had a very enjoyable afternoon here today. Situated just outside the city centre, the park is easily accessible. Parking next door, £2 for 4 hours. We had a groupon voucher so a discounted entrance for us. The zoo is relatively small but has plenty to...More
I took my children to see the wild life it was a fun family day out with lots of animals to see, this is the third time that we have visited its a great place to visit during the school Summer holidays.
I bought my daughter, partner and my grandchildren. We all really enjoyed the visit. The weather wasn’t brilliant but we were all wrapped up and animal huts to duck into when needed.
Lovely place to visit. Not too expensive, we will definitely be back. X
I have lived in the Birmingham area for years and had no idea this place existed. It is fantastic!
Beautifully laid out in lush park land, this idyll is just minutes from the city centre.
The animals are healthy and have lots of places to...More
We went to this zoo on a very wet day and had it to ourselves. The place as a very unkempt feel which I feel works to its advantage. We had a long interesting chat with one of the volunteer workers in the nocturnal house...More
I love this place. Have been multiple times. Its great to have a lovely little walk around an see the animals. Most the animals are ones you wouldn't expect to see in a big zoo but they are all really interesting to watch. Its very...More
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