Cotswold Wildlife Park near Burford in Oxfordshire is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a Victorian Manor House

Cotswold Wildlife Park
Cotswold Wildlife Park
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Cotswold Wildlife Park

Cotswold Wildlife Park is one of the finest visitor attractions in the Cotswolds. Set in 160 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, the Cotswold Wildlife Park near Burford exhibits around 260 species of animals that call the landscaped parkland and gardens home. This is an independent guide to the Park produced by a frequent visitor who is not affiliated with the Cotswold Wildlife Park and forms part of the main guide to the Cotswolds

Some of the animals that call the Cotswold Wildlife Park home

The Park is very much an interactive visitor attraction where you can watch the penguins being fed, bird of prey demonstrations, brass rubbings in the Manor House, animal encounters in the Children's farmyard and much more.

Cotswold Wildlife Park News

August 2005 - There has been an unexpected addition to the Gibbon family at the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Spindle, a female Siamang Gibbon, has given birth to her third baby since arriving at the Wildlife PArk in December 2000. The new born, named Sebanga, will make a perfect playmate for siblings Maluku and Binjai.

August 2005 - Cotswold Wildlife Park has been nominated as one of the most dog-friendly places to visit in the country. The Cotswold Wildlife Park has been shortlisted for the award, run by Winalot. The winner will be chosen in September.


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Cotswold Wildlife Park can be found in Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4JW - Telephone +44 (0)1993 823006