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Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Lympne

#3 of 7 in Zoos & Aquariums in Kent
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Opened to the public in 1976, the 243 hectares (600 acres) of are home to a large variety of free-roaming wildlife. Prior to 1973, the land was privately owned and includes a historic mansion, as well as landscaped gardens that contrast with the wild woodlands that surround them. Tour parts of the park on foot or in a Jeep with a guide, where you'll see a larger portion of the wilderness in a short time. Book tickets online for a discount and check out the event calendar. By using our Lympne journey planner, you can arrange your visit to Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and other attractions in Lympne.
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  • A fantastic day out, we are regular visitors, always a great experience, but, you don’t always get to see all the animals, and personally I love the fact that they can not be seen if that’s what they....  more »
  • We stayed in a shepherd’s hut in the Hog Deer Creek area. We arrived at opening time and check in was very efficient. We were told we could collect our golf buggy at 2.45pm to drive to our...  more »
  • No maps available at the start of the day out. After a very informative safari truck ride we attempted to buy a meal for ourselves and, more importantly our 2 year old daughter only to be told there....  more »
  • This is the best animal reserve that I've been to. All the animals look great and healthy. They've got trucks for the Safari experience. The best part of this is they actually release some of the animals into the wild. Be prepared to walk as it's big! I would recommend it to anyone!
  • Well run with easy access for all but it is hilly so some may have problems. Safari trucks for "overnight" visitors only.
  • I particularly enjoyed all the seemingly empty enclosures, the slightly dishevelled dinosaurs, and the stream of safari vehicles full of people going past after we'd been expressly told the safari was closed by at least three staff on our way in. We did see a single horse standing in a field though, so that was pretty dope.
  • Great place to visit with the family and it's nearly back to full operation. Just waiting for the truck tour to be available to park guests.
  • very good parking. I would recommend to friends.very interesting, lots of animals.

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