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Highland Wildlife Park

Highland Wildlife Park

Description

The award-winning RZSS Highland Wildlife Park is Scotland's best animal adventure!Get closer to nature in the breath-taking Cairngorms National Park surrounded by some of the world's rarest animals. Become immersed in the natural surroundings of the park while looking out for some of its most famous residents, including snow leopards, European grey wolves and Scotland's only polar bears.In 2018, Highland Wildlife Park welcomed the first polar bear cub to be born in the UK for 25 years and we are proud to have some of the best and most naturalistic polar bear facilities anywhere in the world. Visitors can see ‘not so wee' Hamish exploring his surroundings and taking a dip in the pool under the watchful eye of mum, Victoria.During the summer months we're expecting lots of new arrivals, so there should be plenty of adorable reasons for you to visit.Amazing animal encounters together with keeper talks and animal feeds give you the opportunity to engage with the world of animals in a completely unique way. The park cares for many threatened species and provides a visitor experience like no other.Kids can visit for under £10! So why not book online now at highlandwildlifepark.org.uk

Special Features

Land rover tours; Drive through reserve; Gift shop and cafes; Play parks; Native species explorer trail; Daily keeper talks;

Other Quality Awards

Gold Green Tourism

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Highland Wildlife Park

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Cairngorms National Park

PH21 1NL

Opening Times

Open every day (except Christmas Day); Last entry is one before closing time; April and October 10am to 5pm; July - August 10am to 6pm; November - March 10am to 4pm;

Admission: Adults £17.95; Senior Citizens / Students / Registered disabled £15.00; Children £9.95 Children under 3 years old are FREE; *Prices above include a voluntary 10% donation to support our conservation, education and research work.

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