Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Yorkshire's Most Magnificent Attraction 2012
Yorkshire Wildlife Park is South Yorkshire's most innovative and fastest growing wildlife attraction. Situated just outside Doncaster, the park occupies 70 acres of a 260 acre site, offering a unique view into the world of animals with walkthough areas including Lemur Woods and Wallaby Walkabout and South America Viva.
New for 2014 is the Safari Village , offering a wide variety of distinctive gifts. The 600 square metre village, features outlets selling crafts, artwork and décor.
The park offers an unrivalled opportunity to come face to face with Amur Leopards and Tigers. The most endangered carnivore in Africa, the Painted Hunting Dog, can be also be seen at the Park, and on the ‘African Plains', zebra, antelope, ankole cattle and ostrich roam free. Other animals include the popular meerkats, racoon dogs and a herd of Bactrian Camels.
Regional food is championed at the Wild Café and children love the dropslides and astraslides in the Jungle Play Barn.
We also host education programmes and exciting events, and visitors can experience our unique packages such as ‘Behind the Scenes VIP Tours' and ‘Ranger for a Day'.
Events and Exhibitions
- 9th February - 31st March, Will love save the day at Yorkshire Wildlife Park this Valentines?
- 27th February - 27th March, Everything is All White at Yorkshire Wildlife Park!
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