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Yorkshire Wildlife Park cares for many different animals which you can visit. Significantly, the park works on conservation projects with endangered animals. The park is also the base of the Wildlife Foundation which they raised money to fund. This charity carries out the parks conservation efforts on an international scale. Additionally, Yorkshire Wildlife Park hosts live concerts, offers camping and is home to The Hive which has a hotel. To book tickets for a visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster, click here.

What is there to do at Yorkshire Wildlife Park?

Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster is home to many different species of animals including polar bears, giraffes, capybara and much more. You can visit the different animal regions which take you on a journey around the world. Additionally, the park offers animal experiences which allow you to get a closer look at the animals in their habitats. Also, you can go see ranger talks to learn more about the animals. There is also the Pangea dinosaur exhibit where you can enjoy an immersive prehistoric experience.

As well as the animal exhibits, the park has lots of other entertainment to offer. There are multiple playgrounds around the park for children. Also, there are lots of different places around the park to eat and drink with many restaurants and cafés to chose from and multiple picnic areas. Additionally, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to The Hive where visitors can shop, eat, play and stay at the hotel. Furthermore, there is often special events on at the park including concerts. For visitors who want to experience the parks for longer, there is the option to stay at a campsite on the grounds.

To find out more about a visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park and booking ticket, visit their website.

Accessibility

Yorkshire Wildlife Park has wide, level pathways throughout most of the grounds. However, there are a few areas with natural pathways which have signs for information about this. Additionally, there are 3 walkthrough enclosures in the park which have level pathways. There are seating and rest areas available throughout the park as well as wheelchair wash stations. Also, wheelchairs and mobility scooters are available to hire for the day. Furthermore, the park has multiple accessible toilets throughout the grounds. There are 5 different restaurants in the park to chose from which all have double door entrances. Alternatively, there are picnic areas where visitors can eat their own food. In terms of parking, there is a free carpark with disabled bays near the entrance.

Noise levels at the park are relatively low due to the open space nature of the grounds. Also, it is usually possible to avoid crowded areas. For playgrounds, the Yorkshire Hive offers SEND sessions at their park which can be booked in advance.

For more information about days out in Yorkshire, visit the Eric Knows website.

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