Yorkshire Wildlife Park | Day Out With The Kids

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park

4 out of 5 starstotal reviews(4)
  • Doncaster
  • Outdoor
  • Ages 4+
  • Zoos and Wildlife Parks

Attraction Information

Up for an animal adventure? Take a walk on the wild side at the heart of Yorkshire with a visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, home to more than 300 amazing animals. It’s the only place in England where you can see polar bears! 

This wonderful walk-through experience will take you and your little animal lovers all over the world - from Lion Country and Land of Tiger, to Wallaby Walkabout and Lemur Woods. Along the way, you’ll also get to see a black rhino, camels and much more. Make sure to join the ranger talks at the park to learn more about your favourite animals too!

With indoor and outdoor play areas for your kids to explore, plus cafes and shops in Safari Village where you can grab something tasty to refuel your energy, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is perfect for a whole day of family fun. So what are you waiting for?

  • Walk-through experience with over 300 animals 
  • Home to England’s only polar bears
  • Indoor & outdoor play areas
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Opening hours

From March 7th 2020
10:00 - 18:00 

Last Entry

17:00

Pricing

General Admission (March to November)
Adults: £18.00
Kids (3-15): £15.00
Under-2s: Free
Senior Citizen (60+) / Student: £16.00
Disabled Adults: £12.00
Disabled Seniors / Disabled Students: £10.00
Disabled Kids (aged 3-15): £9.00
Accompanying Official Carer: £6.00

Winter prices may vary. 

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Brockholes Lane, Branton, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN3 3NH, England

Phone number

01302 535057

Map

Website

Click here to visit Yorkshire Wildlife Park's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.

Yes, there are baby changing facilities.

Yes, you can bring a picnic.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.

Yes, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.

There are only some natural pathways around the Lemur Woods area, the Jungle Lookout Play Area and between Project Polar and Land of the Tiger the rest of the pathways in the zoo are leveled.

Yes, Yorkshire Wildlife Park have stated they are pushchair friendly.

Assistance/Guide Dogs only

Reviews

Lovely Park 4 out of 5 stars

Overall we had a great day at Yorkshire wildlife park I sure that this is a place which I will end up visiting again in the future because of the fact that it is not that far for us to travel. It is actually our local wildlife park I think and I want to see the polar bears again because they were super cute I really hope maybe in the future they can get more and maybe breed some because they would be super cute. I would recommend visiting if you are not looking for somewhere huge like a zoo but somewhere which still has rare animals.  We had a lot of fun watching the polar bears it is so rare to be able to see them.

Lovely park 3 out of 5 stars

Enjoyed the park only down fall was it was cold today and a little rain so very few animals were out and about so spent a lot of the time just walking around didn’t feel like it was worth the 17 pound paid. Positive side it will probably be better in warmer weather.

Ando

Polar bears are amazing 5 out of 5 stars

Such a fun family day out, loads to see, the lemurs are brilliant too!

catherinew

yorkshire wildlife park 5 out of 5 stars

5* plenty of animals, work on-going for a "Walkthrough" with rhinos and zebras in progress just to name a few animals. Yearly adult ticket £55 for adults. Regular feeding and educational talks daily. Staff very passionate and knowledgeable about the animals and conservation the park is involved with. Plenty of seating areas for picnics, classrooms too for groups and classes visiting. Thoroughly relaxing, informative and enjoyable day spent there. Bought a yearly ticket and already been again.

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