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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, Birmingham

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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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  • A good place to visit,esp with children,a lot of of small monkeys from around the world,a beautiful lynx,some nice birds,we enjoyed it.  more »
  • Two of us found this little gem of a place in the middle of Birmingham. At £5 it is a good price for the day out (£6.25 for non students/senior citizens). We are not fans of animals in cages but we we...  more »
  • It is a wonderful place to take the kids. It has a wide variety of animals from farm to weird. Kids love it  more »
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  • Excellent place to bring the family for day out. There's a wide range of animals and they are in good enclosures for everybody to be able to see them. The staff are all friendly and helpful. There is a small cafe there that serves the basics but is well priced for what you get. You could easily spend the day here as there is so much to do.
  • Reasonable entry fee, staffs were friendly and helpful. The park itself is not massive, but has a variety of animals to greet. There's also lots of benches for picnic and a good size play area for children.
  • What a fantastic find, this is a great place to spend a few hours. Loads of animals, well kept and with lots of nice areas this beats any major zoo hands down. Fantastic value for money too. Well done all 👍👍👍
  • Excellent small animal park. Animals all looked well looked after in nice pens. Slightly let down by the cafe. Would recommend getting a meal at the nearby art's centre first.
  • It's such a shame because this place used to be so magical when i was a kid. I visited a few weeks ago with and friend and he felt the same. The place felt very empty and a lot of it was cut off. The places were there is plant life look like there hasn't been any maintenance done for a few months. It cost £6 per adult and honestly, it was not worth that amount. We walked round in a circle about 6 or 7 times, just to try and get our money's worth. One information plaque was up for the wrong animal and another that I noticed didn't have one for it's enclosure. Although there's a play area, the play area for the kids was sectioned off and the benches for the public to sit down on had paint stripping and just overall looked very uninviting. Not the mention the grass was very patchy. I really do hope this place can revive itself.