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Paradise Wildlife Park, Broxbourne

(4/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
Have interactive experiences with exotic animals at Paradise Wildlife Park. Over 400 creatures--including white tigers, white lions, snow leopards, and ocelots--make their home in the zoo. You can also see reptiles, tropical birds, penguins, monkeys, wolves, and many more species. Meet animals during zookeeper presentations or sign up for a feeding session with some of the zoo's big cats. The zoo also offers theme tours to give you an in-depth look at predatory animals or some of the more unusual species. If you're more interested in what the zookeepers do, shadow them for a few hours. Whatever you do or see here, make sure you buy your tickets online to receive a discount on admission. See Paradise Wildlife Park and all Broxbourne has to offer by arranging your trip with our Broxbourne vacation planner.
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  • Good day out for the kids but I don't like it when you have to pay an expensive entrance fee, then get charged extra to use the miniature railway, formula one cars etc. Shame about the lagoon pool too...  more »
  • Just been here with our 2 grandchildren aged 7 and 1 and had a great day Nice compact zoo with loads of animals,but not too much walking (result) and combined with a fabulous playground,all free with ...  more »
  • Yes, expensive, but take two children anywhere and it does cost you. Go early and make a day of it to get full value and take a picnic so save a bit on the overall expense. See the animals first and l...  more »
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  • A brilliant day out with fantastic talks and presentations throughout. The birds of paradise display was phenomenal, the Red Panda talk was superb and Glen and Miles looked after us brilliantly in the Conservation talk (even though it was quiet and we were the only three in there!). Another highlight of the day was Nick and his big cat talks; an amazing man with some amazing stories. Every member of staff we encountered were brilliant and the animals even more so. Best day out I've had in years!
  • I visited Paradise Wildlife Park as my birthday experience, I am 71. My daughter and grandson came too. The first thing I noticed was how everywhere was so clean and free of litter and the animal enclosures were also so clean and their water troughs spotless. The animals looked so healthy. All the staff we came across were so polite and happy. What more can I say. It pleased me to see such a high standard. May I also add what a wonderful experience for families with so many exciting things for children to see and do including a paddling pool. One could spend all day there. Thank you for a lovely experience.
  • Lots of staff, poorly trained. Felt run down though lots of building work going on. The council were blamed for the (very) unwelcome parking charge. The talks were not aimed at children, though when prompted, staff pleasantly addressed them. Volunteer guide recounted anecdotes rather than information on big cats. Extra costs for rides left poor taste in mouth. We missed the unpublicised shows so quality unknown. Shall give it one more chance. Annual ticket holders exempt from parking charge, apparently.... the
  • I took my wife to Paradise Wildlife Park yesterday for a Feed the Red Pandas experience and we had a great time. Feeding the cute Red Pandas was a great experience and the day as a whole was great. The bird shows were good and about the right length plus I was able to get some great photos! The park has a wide variety of animals on show including plenty of birds which is good as my wife likes birds of prey. The Woodland Walk area seemed a little bare though and seems to be a misuse of space if you ask me but, hey, I'm no expert. There were one or two bad points, I think it's cheeky that you now have to pay for the car park and the cafe is overpriced, although it was exactly the same the last time we went. Lunch for two almost cost £25!
  • I haven't been to a wildlife park or zoo in years. I didn't think that there was one so close, and it was a great experience to venture into one and see our furry friends. Great facilities for such a relatively small park. Great for kids, and great for adults. Food and drink facilities and you can leave the kids for the show whilst you go for a wander