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Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Zoos and Wildlife Parks, Outdoor
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Home to nearly 2,000 birds, including the UK’s largest collection of parrots, it’s clear to see what’s got everyone talking at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park.

One of the UK’s largest animal sanctuaries you can visit Bengal tigers, ring tailed lemurs, reindeer, meerkats, puma, black panther and a tapir named Cecil to name a few! Fancy sharing your dinner with a bearded dragon? If so, the unique reptile exhibit is perfectly positioned within The Rainforest Diner, where you can observe the animals while you eat, or if you prefer, sit away and then visit them when you’re done.

Out in the grounds there’s a walkthrough aviary with over 100 free flying birds, and an adventure playground where children can play safely and securely while you browse the ‘Zoovenir’ gift shop. There’s also a stunning nature reserve situated in 11 acres of protected and preserved Lincolnshire countryside.

Enjoy wildlife and nature on this fantastic family day out!

  • Wheelchair access throughout
  • Animal experiences available
  • Seasonal events

Opening hours

March - October
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

November - February
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes


General Admission
Adult (16 - 59 years) £13.95 
Child (3 - 15 years) £10.50
Concession or OAP (60+) £12.95
Family (2+2) £45.00
Family (2+3) £55.00

Annual Passes
Adult (16 - 59 years) £50.00
Child (3 - 15 years) £40.00
OAP/Concession (60+ years) £45.00
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £160.00
Family (2 adults + 3 children) £190.00
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Dickon Hill Road, Friskney,
PE22 8PP,

Phone number

0871 384 1130


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info


Severe inclement weather may affect the opening hours.

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