Beale Park is an outdoor wildlife park about 40 mins drive from Marlow out past Reading. There is plenty enough to keep young children occupied for most of the day between the animals, play areas, large outdoor paddling pool, sand, train ride and other exhibits.
Beale Park, Lower Basildon, Reading RG8 9NW
The open season runs from February 8th to November 4th: during these dates we are open 7 days a week. Low season opening times are 10am until 5pm (8th Feb to 21st Mar). High Season opening times are 10am until 6pm (22nd Mar to 31st Sept)
High Season (22nd March until 30th Sept)
Adults £11.00, Senior Citizens £9.50, Children £9.00, Under 2’s FREE
Low Season (8th Feb until 21st March)
Adults £8.00, Senior Citizens £6.50, Children £6.00, Under 2’s FREE
The MarlowMum’s verdict: Beale park offers younger children a fab day out. We feel it’s best suited to pre-schoolers and the KS1 age group. It’s always nice to go somewhere different and Beale Park is certainly worth a trip.
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