Cotswold Wildlife Park
The Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens has loads of animals for children to enjoy seeing all set within 160 acres of beautiful park land and gardens. You can expect to see lots of birds, mammals including lions, giraffe, elephants and rhino, primates and reptiles.
Take the train ride around the wildlife park and enjoy the adventure playground including sky maze, set high within the trees.
There is a large cafe serving hot and cold food.
The wildlife park is about a 1hr drive from Marlow in the Cotswolds.
Need to know
Parking: lots of free parking
Cafe: there is an indoor cafe serving hot and cold food
Animal shows: lots of opportunities to see the animals being fed or interacted with throughout the day
Play area: there is a large wooden play area suitable for younger and older children.
Prams/Push chairs: the park is extensive so best to have one if you have little legs with you. A lot of the park has surfaced tracks to an off road pram is not essential.
The MarlowMum’s verdict: A trip to the Cotswold Wild Life park is always a great day out. It is a bit pricey but then all zoo’s are. Our kids loved the adventure playground and seeing the giraffe’s so close up.
P/ 1993 823 006
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