Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is great for the whole family. Located in Lincolnshire, just 15 minutes away from Skegness and 25 minutes from Boston, Lincolnshire Zoo is the perfect attraction for those looking for a fun day trip. It offers plenty of unique experiences, including feeding tigers and becoming a tortoise keeper. Meet and feed some of the world’s most endangered species and experience the UK’s largest parrot collection.
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Get up close to one of the world’s most endangered predators and find out more about Lincolnshire zoo’s incredible tiger sanctuary by exploring Tiger Temple, Ivanvale Lake, and other Bengal Gardens features.
With the first-ever Bengal tiger cubs to be housed here, you will get the chance to enter the enclosure and feed these furry friends!
Cecil is a friendly Brazilian tapir who adores company and a good scratch! Explore the park’s custom-built tapir enclosure and find out more about Cecil’s unique origins.
You will be presented with the opportunity to hand-feed and brush the tapir, as he thrives upon affection and provides top-quality entertainment. This is a must-do experience with plenty of photographic opportunities.
Are you more interested in reptiles? Lincolnshire Wildlife Park offers the perfect opportunity for you to take on the duties of a tortoise keeper and get up-close and personal in the Soapy Shells Tortoise enclosure.
This excursion allows you to weigh, clean, and feed Sulcata tortoises, with ample opportunities to take photos and ask questions.
The Rainforest Diner offers the chance for adults to relax and rejuvenate, with a themed room available to keep young children entertained. You can enjoy various food options in wildlife style as an interesting display of reptiles and amphibians surround you.
Memorialise your day trip at the gift shop, which is full of toys, magnets and more. Whether you’re wanting to take home your favourite animal in furry form or simply purchase a small souvenir to carry on your keys, the park has something for everyone.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Park welcomes all ages and even provides ample learning opportunities from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5. However, it is important to note that certain experiences have age restrictions, including the tiger experience (16 years), lemur experience (12 years), and more.
The zoo is open every day of the year so you can experience animals and nature in Lincolnshire’s rural areas all year round.
Severe inclement weather has the potential to affect opening hours, which are subject to change without notice. Where possible, the wildlife park is always open and counting on you to give a wave to its animal residents!
Lincolnshire has a variety of attractions to offer for the whole family. Whether you’re looking to experience the area’s cultural history or delve into its fun attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
This experience is accessible to everyone age 4+, making it the ultimate fun experience for the whole family. Ride as a passenger or cruise along in your very own go-kart; either way, you are sure to receive the ultimate adrenaline boost.
Located in Skegness, Big Kidz Karting is equipped with many twists, turns, and bridges for you to enjoy and race along!
Located in Spilsby, Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre offers both indoor and outdoor experiences for you to explore World War II history. It is the only Airfield Museum to be re-designed according to its original structure and located on a WWII airfield.
Journey through the Hangar, witness a Flying Day or take a walk up the Control Tower to get a real sense of the UK’s past and teach your young ones in a new and exhilarating way.
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Lincolnshire Wildlife Park has a variety of COVID guidelines in place to safely support your trip. Find full details here.
Despite most animal enclosures being located outside for a real nature experience, Lincolnshire Wildlife Park does offer indoor seating at the Rainforest Diner with a children’s area available.
The park is open from 10 am - 5 pm from March to October, and 10 am - 4 pm from November to February. However, opening times are subject to change without notice as a result of weather conditions. Find out more here.
Yes, however, general opening times can vary according to inclement weather.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Park
Dickon Hill Rd, Friskney, Boston PE22 8PF
Phone: 0871 384 1130
Yes! The park offers on-site baby changing facilities and under 3s are able to enter for free!
Yes, there is plenty of free parking spaces available at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park.
Yes. The park offers various accessibility points for wheelchair and pushchair users as well as mobility scooter hire.
Yes, the park has various picnic benches across the site where you can sit and enjoy your lunch.
No. In line with COVID safety guidelines, contactless payments are preferred.
Passes cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
Pass prices are fixed and do not vary according to the amount of passes purchased
Passes must be redeemed within the expiry date given
Passes are not redeemable against special events organised outside of normal park opening hours.
Open 7 days a week. 10am – 5pm, last entry 4pm (March – Oct), 10am – 4pm, last entry 3pm (Nov – Feb)
No dogs except assistance dogs.
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