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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, Birmingham

(4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Visit the collection of small animals at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park. Watch the charismatic lemurs, otters, and meerkats at play, as well as an endangered red panda. Visit the collection of endangered reptiles and learn about the center's important breeding program. Watch the animal feedings around the center with many species, including otters, porcupines, lynx, tamarinds, and monkeys. Our Birmingham family vacation planner makes visiting Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park and other Birmingham attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I thought it would be bigger but it's a lovely place and fairly priced at £6 for an adult. An enjoyable place to see animals that's not so big it takes forever to see everything  more »
  • I visited this ‘Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park’ on a bright and dry winter morning as a day date location. Convenient to get to on the 45/47 bus from the city centre and situated on Pershore Ro...  more »
  • We visited on a Friday during school term time and it was pretty empty. My 3 year old step daughter loved it and so did we. We stayed for between 2 and 3 hours i think, we saw some animals get fed and...  more »
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  • A nice, quaint place. A good variety of animals but missing any of the big attractions a lot of zoos have. Still, great value and a good day out. Don't expect a full on zoo experience and you will really enjoy it.
  • The good. Surprisingly good selection of animals for a smallish Birmingham location. Grounds are well manicured. Lots of parking. Love the lynx and the meerkats The bad. Price wise, the family ticket is a few quid too dear. Based on the facilities I think they'd have a marketing win if they priced a family at less than £20. Disappointed that the on-site staff don't engage with guests. There was a feeding while we were there and the keeper did nothing to talk to viewers or get the animals closer to the exhibit edge. One keeper was wearing her going out clothes. Get the staff in khakis and outdoor gear to enhance the experience. The ugly. The cafe was a let down. Terrible low quality food. No apparent use of gloves. Cafeteria style building looks like a cafeteria rather than a wildlife building.
  • An amazing day out, an absolute gem not far from the city centre. I was expecting a small area with a couple of animals, but found a full mini-zoo with tons of animals to discover. We spent a good couple of hours there and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
  • This place is great value for money (only £20 for a family ticket). We must have spent around 2 hours here and enjoyed it. Obviously there are bigger and better zoos out there but they also have the price tag to match. I have given it four stars due to the small size and enclosures however apart from this it is a great place.
  • Really good value for money. £19 for a family ticket (2 adults 3 children). Lots to see set in beautiful wooded area. Lovely way to pass a couple of hours. Small gift shop and cafe on site too.