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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Visitor Information





Cotswold Wildlife Park - Visitor Information

Opening Times

The Park is open everyday throughout the year (except 25th December) from 10am.

Last admissions are at:
March - September;
October - February
All cars and visitors are asked to leave the Park by 17.30

2020 Prices

Day Visits
Children (aged 3-16 inclusive)
Senior Citizens
Season Tickets
Children (aged 3-16 inclusive)
Senior Citizens
Family (2 adults & 2 children)
Each additional child

The Narrow-gauge Railway runs April to October (weather permitting) and takes you on an interesting trip around the Park. All fares £1.00, under 3’s free of charge.


The Cotswold Wildlife Park accepts all major credit cards at the pay desk, restaurant and shops.

How to get to the Cotswold Wildlife Park

By Car   The Park is located 2 miles South of Burford, Oxfordshire, on the A361. Burford is mid way between Oxford and Cheltenham on the A40. Directions are available when you click for the printable map, below.

Parking is free for visitors to the Park. There is a large tarmac area for coaches and ample disabled parking.

By Bus and Taxi   It can be a difficult and expensive journey to the Cotswold Wildlife Park if you intend to travel by bus and taxi. There is no regular bus service that stops outside the Cotswold Wildlife Park. The nearest Bus Stop is on Burford High Street, so it would be best to organise a taxi from here to pick you up when your bus drops you off.

We would advise against attempting to walk the 2 miles along the A361. No footpath is provided, and it is a very fast and dangerous road.

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