Fun for all the family at Highland Wildlife Park
Highland Wildlife Park is the perfect place for any animal-loving family. The beautiful Cairngorms National Park has been created to show off Scottish wildlife from both the past and present. With plenty of animals to see (such as wolves, camels and pandas) and loads of family-friendly activities, Highland Wildlife Park is a great day out for kids and adults alike. <br/>Make the most of your trip with Kids Pass and save money on your next visit with a discount code for Highland Wildlife Park.
Must-do's at the Highland Wildlife Park
Get close to tigers!
Highland Wildlife Park is the proud home to five Amur tigers. Also known as Siberian tigers, these cats are some of the largest tigers in the world, with thick coats to protect them against the harsh Siberian weather. This habitat is a must-visit for anyone looking for some truly memorable views of a beautiful yet endangered wild animal.
The polar bear habitat
Polar bears are the largest land-living carnivore and are one of the most beautiful animals in the world. Sadly, their habitats are under threat due to global warming, which is why Highland Wildlife Park does everything it can to protect bears both at the park and in the wild. <br/>The three polar bears are truly a sight to behold and are a unique part of the Highland Wildlife Park. Book your tickets to the park today through Kids Pass to see the amazing polar bears. Highland Wildlife Park tickets, you can save money on your visit too! <br/>If you want to do your part to protect the polar bears for future generations, you can help by supporting their survival fund.
After hours experience
During the summer months at the Highland Wildlife Park, they extend their opening hours until 9:30 PM and give guests a special after-hours experience that allows guests to have unique evening encounters with animals.
What other facilities are there at the Highland Wildlife Park?
After you’ve spent the day wandering around the extensive park, why not treat yourself or your loved one to a present to remember your day out? The gift shop has lots of beautiful souvenirs to help you remember your visit, from plush toys to pens - you can even adopt an animal!
The Oystercatcher is the perfect place to relax after a long day of walking around Highland Wildlife Park. Serving everything from teas to filled rolls, the Oystercatcher is also great for a light bite to eat while you are exploring the park. The Antlers coffee shop also offers delicious food and a view of the Japanese Snow monkeys.
What age group is the Highland Wildlife Park suitable for?
The wildlife park is suitable for all ages.
When is the best time to visit?
The park is open seven days a week, all year round, but it may be better to visit the park when the weather is nice as many of the attractions are outdoors.
What to take with you?
If you wish to visit areas of the park outside of your vehicle, it is advised to bring sensible footwear and a coat/sun hat depending on the weather.
What else can you do in the area?
If you're looking for an outdoor adventure, the area surrounding the Highland Wildlife Park is the place for you. If you want an adrenaline rush, check out the Zip Trek adventure park. If you're looking for something a little more tranquil, make a visit to the beautiful Loch Insh.