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Manor Wildlife Park
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

Loved this animal park. I fed the Wallabys which was my highlight. Thought it was really great that you can get up close to the animals and touch them. There was other bits where you could touch rabbits and goats. I also found the monkey bit great as could see them very clear and aldo the two tigers came right up to the fence. Great for kids. Loads to do and play with I saw lots of fun activities for children also.

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Reviewed 2 April 2018

We had a great day out over the Easter bank holiday. The dinosaur experience was impressive and everyone loved it! The place was clean and tidy and all the staff were happy and very helpful. The main thing for us, all of the animals seemed well looked after and had nice enclosures, some people have commented that they couldn't see the animals, but after asking the keepers, they leave the animals gates open so they can come and go as they please.

Animal care and conservation seem at the top of the list for this place, exactly how it should be!

We will be returning again for sure

Thank Gezbee
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Decided to visit here with five children and to other adults. Prices are what I would expect for this type of attraction. First enclosure was walking with wallabies. How lovely, the wallabies are very sweet and used to humans, especially ones with wallaby food, which you can buy at the entrance. They had a good enclosure and there were lots of baby's too. The keeper was genuinely interesting and seemed passionate about the wallaby's. We visited several other walk throughs the racoons were delightful, and again in a nice enclosure. We also saw the big rabbits but felt a bit sad, as these were locked out of their hutches so couldn't escape naughty humans who, despite the signs, chased the bunnies. I felt sad to see this. Overall the park is well kept but do agree with other comments abut signs, could do with being more of them and being clearer. The café was a nightmare, cramped indoors, and rocketing prices, my advice, take a picnic there are plenty of places to sit and eat. The food on offer was lack lustre and very pricey. There was a massive indoor play dome, with bouncy castle one side and soft play climbing pit the other side. This was fantastic but did get busy. The other enclosures were generally well kept and roomy though we did feel sad for the little primates on their little islands in the lake, they seemed, well, abandoned. we saw two tigers, one of which paced and made strange mewling noises, they had plenty of room and seemed well kept. There is a good mix of animals, the rhino were great to see, and lots of others too. If you take a picnic and drinks, this is a great place to go with children, I cant understand why some people said after an hour they were done, after 4 hours we were still going. Definitely well worth another visit in the future.

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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Great day out with the Dinosaurs . Shame about the heavy rain , but the hay barn provides great cover.

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Reviewed 28 March 2018

This is a good zoo with a variety of animals and the shop has some lovely things in, didn't go in the cafe. However, there wasn't many signs to know where to go and the valley of the apes it was very difficult to see any. I didn't see any members of staff so was unable to ask any questions I may of had about the animals. It was nice to see the animals had enough room to roam around, and the walk throughs were okay, however I just feel it's over priced for the time you end up spending there we ended up only spending just over an hour there before we'd done everything and ended up leaving.

Thank disneylover19
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