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Peak Wildlife Park, Winkhill

(4/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
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  • Our family with 2 little ones were visiting us and hadn't been before so we chose Peak Wildlife Park as a new experience for them. They really enjoyed the meerkats, lemurs, wallabies and penguins. Alt...  more »
  • Went here with parents and toddler. Lovely place with much to see and do. Not too big, so all accessible and the place was kept nice/ clean with lots of space for all. Some of the animals seemed to be...  more »
  • Visited on Saturday afternoon with husband and 16 month old daughter. The recent rain had obviously had an effect on the park but we had a super time. We enjoyed walking around the park, daughter love...  more »
  • Went today. It is obviously a nice place in the summertime, with play areas, a cafe, family room and lots of fearless animals to see but as it was 3° the animals were obviously as cold as us and some animals were hibernating, so less to see. I do not begrudge the animals their sleep, but when paying the same during the winter as in the summer, we were hoping for something more. I would certainly come again in the summer, and would consider it in the winter if there were a substantial discount (e.g. 50%).
  • Excellent day out. The park is continuing to improve and introduce new animals. We have a family pass and visit at least once a month. It's enjoyable seeing how the baby animals have grown especially the lemurs. Children can enjoy the different animals and enjoy the play area. The play area includes a huge bouncy castle, climbing frame and sandpit. They are additionally due to open am indoor play area. A good selection of snacks and refreshments can be found in the cafe area alongside several good picnic area (especially the penguin area). The gift shop has a good selection of toys and gifts at reasonable prices.
  • You can get up close with the wallabies and lemurs. And who doesn't like meerkats and penguins. Cafe food and drink is fairly priced. It's a great place for an afternoon out. Only criticism is the zebras looked a bit lonely.
  • Animal encounters and talks, lots of benches near enclosures and plenty of picnic tables. Changing facilities for babies even an indoor feeding room with microwave (although could really do with a clean). Ride-in cars for toddlers and lots of space for running about. Best of all, bouncy castle, sand area and climbing frame all included in price. New indoor play area is due to open in September. Food: Prepackaged panini & sandwiches expect for freshly made pizza and freshly scooped ice cream. Hot and cold drinks available. No baby food sold. Prices are high however. About £3-£4 for Panini/sandwich. Pizza's are much more. However we brought a picnic and this way got great value for day out.
  • My boys love it here, tranquil amid stunning scenery. All the staff are friendly and helpful and it's wonderful to be able to walk amongst the animals. Add to this a huge play area for the children and it's the latecomers day out!