Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Attraction Information

Nestled in the heart of Lincolnshire, the magnificent Lincolnshire Wildlife Park boasts a stunning collection of nearly 2,000 birds, including the largest assortment of parrots in the UK. It’s no wonder everyone is buzzing about this amazing destination.

As one of the UK’s most extensive animal sanctuaries, visitors can witness an incredible range of creatures, from majestic Bengal tigers and playful ring-tailed lemurs to adorable reindeer, mischievous meerkats, fierce pumas, sleek black panthers, and even a charming tapir named Cecil.

For a unique dining experience, guests can indulge in the delectable delights of The Rainforest Diner, while admiring the reptile exhibit. Fancy dining with a bearded dragon? Look no further!

In the stunning grounds, visitors can explore the walkthrough aviary with over 100 free-flying birds, or let their little ones run wild in the adventure playground while browsing the ‘Zoovenir’ gift shop.

The breathtaking nature reserve, situated in 11 acres of preserved Lincolnshire countryside, is not to be missed. Immerse yourself in the tranquil surroundings and witness the beauty of nature up close and personal.

Accessibility Information

This attraction has its own car park

This car park dedicated disabled parking close to the entrance.

There is level access from the car park to the main entrance.

The pathways are concrete.

The restaurant is wheelchair accessible

There are low viewing points at the exhibits

This attraction has one disabled toilets 

This attraction has a changing place

This attractions offers discounted concession.

The disabled toilet and changing place is located in the main entrance and features the following:

  • hoists
  • privacy screens
  • adult-sized changing bench
  • peninsula toilets
  • Wash basin with lever style tap
  • Handrails to the side of the wash basin and toilet
  • Disposal Facilities

Discounted concession is available for Disabled visitors and carers.

To be eligible for discounted concession you must provide evidence in one of the following forms:

Disabled visitors

  • Blue Badge
  • membership details for a Disabled Society
  • Disability Living Allowance claim letter


  • ID from a Care Home or Employer
  • Care Allowance Claim Letter
  • Metro bus pass for the disabled which states “Plus One”.
  • Carers are only eligible for the carer rate while providing care for another visitor.

Assistance Dogs are permitted within the park, they must be kept on a lead at all times.

Opening Hours

10am – 5pm
*Closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day


Adult £14.95 
Child £10.50
Senior £12.95 
Concession £12.95 (Carer/Student)
Family ticket £45 (2 adults + 2 children)
Family ticket £55 (2 adults + 3 children)

10% off when booking 10+ guests


Dickon Hill Road, Friskney,
PE22 8PP,

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