Cotswold Wildlife Park
Burford Oxfordshire OX18 4JW Tel: +44 (0)1993 823006 Visitor Information
Cotswold Wildlife Park is the 160 acres parkland home in Oxfordshire to a collection of the world mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park in over 160 acres of parkland and beautiful gardens set in the Cotswold countryside on the outskirts of Burford. The park is home to
a wonderful collection of wildlife from all over the world including rhinos, lions, zebra, reptiles and the glorious gardens with tropical species that
can withstand the extremes of British weather.
The park and gardens surround an early 19th century manor house. The gardens are designed using trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants in island borders
which help to protect the animals from the English climate. The walled gardens is a mixture of bedding, tropical plants and shrubs along with the tropical plant houses which
also act as homes to a variety of birds from the tropics.
The animal park is home to a mixture of animals from around the world and some which are native to the British Isles. The park
includes a children's farmyard where "kids" are able to stroke some of the animals, bird avairies, small mammel enclosures, reptile house, bats belfry
and of course the big animal enclosures for, rhinos, lions and camels.
The admission charge is reasonable and a full day out can be expected. Facilities include refreshment kiosks, restaurant, toilets and shop. The pathways are hard surfaced
and suitable for visitor's with disabilities.