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Manor Wildlife Park, Tenby

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
A conservation-minded zoo, features endangered species from all over the world. Spanning an area of 21 hectares (52 acres), the zoo houses southern white rhinos, rare bactrian camels, meerkats, emus, zebras, and many others. The network of tree-shaded walkways showcase native plant and animal life. The park provides ample space for picnics--bring your own, or eat locally sourced food for sale in the cafe. Kids can play in a secure "Hay-Play" area. Take a look at our Tenby trip builder to schedule your visit to Manor Wildlife Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • I would highly recommend a visit to Manor Wildlife Park. We went for the afternoon but could easily have spent a whole day exploring the many attractions. It was such a pleasure to see animals so well...  read more »
  • Entry is a little bit pricey and food in the café is expensive and found the staff very slow. The park is excellent. Can get close to the animals and my son loved it. Only negative was they were adver...  read more »
  • My wife and I took our Grandchildren to Manor Park today, the children are 4 & 3 and they had a great time. It`s wonderful seeing the animals with so much room to be able to move around freely, the Rh...  read more »
  • Fab day with the family. Very interactive with the animals who are clearly well looked after. Watched the tigers being fed and the lemurs were so cheeky. Staff are friendly and helpful. Loved the big benches! Very informative talks. Thanks for a fab day out 👍
  • A lovely relaxed experience on a sunny Sunday. I've been to many wildlife parks but this was one of the most enjoyable. The scale of the park is great, always returning to the centre and the gardens/cafe were really tranquil despite the number of visitors. The animals seemed well loved and the park more their 'home' than a visitor attraction. Loved the 'Anna' design touches too! Well done.
  • A very expansive and well maintained park. There were lots of animals and enclosures to see, although not many appeared active the day we came to visit, we did visit on what was probably the windiest day of the year though. There are an ubiquitous amount of park benches which makes it an ideal place to take a picnic if you don't plan on eating at the cafe, which served us up a great hot chocolate and mocha.
  • Had a lovely time at the wildlife park, animals are very well looked after and nice to go In with some, great seeing them with more freedom and no cages, i would recommend it for all ages
  • A variety of animals from giant rabbits to rhinoceros, many of which you can get close to by entering their areas and even feeding some. Hygiene is enforced by placement of numerous hand-washing stations throughout the park. The shop/cafe is good but a little pricey. Highly recommended for children and adults of all ages.
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