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Peak Wildlife Park, Winkhill

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  • Live only 20 mins away so this is great to have on your doorstep. Beautiful countryside, with walks through the park. All animals are seen in most areas and can be very close. They are not kept in cag...  more »
  • Not that much to see as only 10 types of animal but lovely that you walk through some of their enclosures and can stroke them. What really alarmed me was the deep pools of water at the play area. Ther...  more »
  • Went to this park as I had never been before and was very impressed. Loads of animals to see. Very friendly staff that will tell you about the animals. Even the food in the cafe was decently priced an...  more »
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  • Brilliant little farm! You can walk round with the animals. The enclosures are really good and spacious! The staff are really helpful and friendly. We love it there
  • Great for adults and children! Really reasonable entry price but the café is on the expensive side compared to similar places, however the cake and coffee is great quality. Friendly staff and friendly animals! Worth the hilly drive to get there.
  • Good place to take young children. Cost just over £20 for 2 adults and 1 under 2 and you're allowed you to interact with some of the animals. There was not many guides around the park however to ask for information.
  • Great place for kids to get close to some different animals like wallabies, lemurs, penguins! Also a soft play area, great cafe that serves home made pizza, and the yearly pass is only £30 an adult, which is well worth it considering single entry price is ~£11. Our 18month year old loves it, we've been three times in last few months already.
  • Could be considered expensive if visiting once but if it's a option it is well worth getting a membership, even more so now with the indoor play barn. We vist about once a month, more in summer and because we now consider it value for money we spend in the shop and / or cafe, which are typically priced for theses type of businesses. The staff are always friendly, helpful and smiling (it makes the difference). There are some lovely animals, I personally would like them to expand into reptiles and birds of prey, and to actively see wildlife rehabilitation. After a walk arround the animals and the nature walk it's time to sit back in the sunshine while the kids go wild on the gigantic bouncy castle which is up all year round, if it's cold and wet there's the indoor play barn but don't forget your coffee on the way, the cafe is between the two points. This is poor planning, my partner goes on her own occasionally with the kids and she cannot leave them to get them or herself a drink, the cafe would be best relocated into the office attached to the front of the play barn. Average time spent per vist 4 hour's, a very popular place, usually sufficient parking.

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