Daily except Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day from 10.00am to 5.00pm, or dusk if sooner.
In November, December, January and February we may close at 4.30pm
During severe weather we may close the Park
There is no admission charge for entry into the restaurant, coffee shop or the alpaca and gift shop
Admission high season (1st March - 31st Oct)
|Children (2-16 Years)||£5.50|
|Senior citizens and disabled||£5.50|
|Groups (15 people or more)||£4.50|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)||£21.50|
Low season (1st Nov - 28th Feb)
|Children (2-16 Years)||£3.50|
|Senior citizens and disabled||£3.50|
|Groups (15 people or more)||£3.50|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)||£13.50|
Season ticket prices:
|Children (2-16 Years)||£22.00|
|Family (2 adults and 2 children)||£85.00|
Situated within the main entrance is a Tourist Information point. This has lots of free information and leaflets on local tourist attractions and events.
Please telephone us on 01825 712040 for details of llama walks for group bookings.
No dogs are allowed inside the Park or visitor centre but you may bring them on a lead on to the outside coffee shop patio and picnic area.
Ample free parking for cars and coaches.
Easy, flat access to the visitor centre, shop and coffee shop. There is a disabled parking bay by the entrance and a hard path suitable for wheelchairs to some of the animal pens and the information barn, although some of the Park is not suitable for wheelchairs and buggies, especially in wet weather. Bring wellies in the winter or inclement weather and we supply boot brushes and wellie washing facilities. There are two disabled toilets and baby changing units which are located in the visitor centre.
There is a purpose-built children’s adventure playground and some rustic Winnie the Pooh playhouses built in the woods.