Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is an exciting family-friendly attraction with a large and diverse range of animals from all parts of the world. Discover Bengal Tigers, over 1000 colourful Parrots, playful Lemurs and much more.
Explore the UK’s largest collection of parrots with around 100 different species to enjoy. Learn interesting facts from the expert keepers in their daily talks and discover an array of unique close up animal experiences, perfect for animal lovers and thrill-seekers alike.
Visit one of the largest Bengal Tiger enclosures in the UK, home to one of the largest collections of tigers. Experience breathtaking views of these majestic mammals up-close.
Close-Up Animal Experiences
Lincolnshire Wildlife Park offers an array of once-in-a-life-time, special animal experiences. Discover opportunities to get up-close and personal, feed and care for Tigers, Lemurs, Tapirs and more. The ideal experience for animal lovers and thrill-seekers.
First opening it's doors to the public in 2003, this animal attraction is now one of the largest in Lincolnshire, recently winning several awards for their amazing community work. Providing interactive experiences with the birds and animals, with animal feed and keeper talks, as well as personal animal experiences to be booked and annual events throughout the year; it's a great day out for the whole family! The park also has it's very own themed restaurant named The Rainforest Diner, where visitors can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink, as well as the interesting reptiles and amphibians on display.
Not only this but the park caters for all visitors, providing a large free carpark, disabled access throughout, mobility scooter hire, concessions and family tickets, children's play area and Nature Reserve with plenty of picnic space.
Find a unique dining experience at the Rainforest Diner. Enjoy delicious food in tropical surround with beautiful displays featuring all kinds of Reptiles and Amphibians.
Animal Rehabilitation Centre
Discover the A.R.R.C - the Animal Rehabilitation reception Centre, one of the park’s largest developments. Gain insight into the teams daily workload and how they provide the best care to their animal residents.
Last entry to the park is 1 hour before closing