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Wingham Wildlife Park
Wingham
Canterbury
Kent

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Welcome to Wingham Wildlife Park, one of the best visits in Kent.

The park is set in open countryside just off the A257 Canterbury - Sandwich road.

We offer a fantastic collection of mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and creatures too numerous to list. The ethos of the Park is to allow our visitors as close a contact with the wildlife as possible.

The Park works very closely with Schools. Our unique mixture of fun, excitement and education, together with the lowest prices, makes us an unbeatable school day out at any time of year.

We are a non-profit making organisation dedicated to the care and welfare of a huge number of animals and birds. Your visit and support of the Park is vital to pay for the care and up-keep of all our residents.

Please see our website for more prices and details.

Details

Months Open: All Year, 7 days a week, 10 - 6
Admission Price: Adults: 12
Senior Citizens: 11
Children (2-15 yrs): 10
Children Under 2: Free
Family(2+2): 39
Catering: Restaurant/Tearoom

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