Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park
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Located in beautiful North Devon, nestled on the western edge of Exmoor National Park, you will find Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park.
Surrounded by popular UK holiday destinations such as Woolacombe, Ilfracombe and Minehead, Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is the perfect attraction for your family day out in Devon. This place really has it all!
What animals are at Combe Martin Wildlife Park?
Covering pretty much every corner of the globe, come face-to-face with famous predators like lions, leopards and wolves, fall in love with the waddling penguins and sea lions, and giggle at the cuteness of the racoons, meerkats and alpacas, plus so much more!
Dinosaur Domain, Valley of the Dinosaurs & Dinosaur Museum
Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is a zoo and dinosaur park all wrapped up into one fantastic day out in North Devon.
Go back in time and discover the Valley of the Dinosaurs where you will meet the infamous T-rex, triceratops, stegosaurus and brachiosaurus.
Many of the dinosaurs are animatronic, so don't be alarmed when the dinosaurs come to life! Be sure not to miss the life-sized T-Rex who wakes up every hour to delight and terrify any visitors...
Don't forget to do some learning on your journey. Head to the Dinosaur Museum and uncover some incredible fossils including a nest of eggs and dinosaur footprints.
So many things to do at Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park!
Here's all the other incredible things you can do during your visit:
- Dino Express Train Ride
This ride resembles a gigantic Earthquake! Scream as 7,500 gallons of water hurtle towards you and your fellow passengers! So beware, you may get a little wet...
- Tomb of the Pharaohs
Both educational and fun and a little bit scary when the mummy wakes up!
- Critter Cavern
For lovers of creepy crawlies!
- Indoor play zone
Ideal for when the weather takes a little turn for the worse, Combe Martin's play zone is one of the biggest in North Devon.
Let the little ones run a riot and burn off some energy giving the grown-ups a little time to unwind with a hot drink.
- Botanical Gardens & Japanese Garden
Due to this attraction being set in a unique terrain, the woodlands provide natural shelter from the usual British weather.
The Botanical Gardens are testament to that - it'll almost feel like you're in a tropical rainforest!
As you can see, Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park is the ultimate day out in North Devon for families.
We're pretty sure after spending a day here you'll all be worn out and looking forward to bed for all the right reasons. And we're even more sure you'll be looking back at the memories made at Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park for years to come.
How to find us
Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park
Combe Martin, EX34 0NG
Car parks are located at the top of the main drive and are all free of charge. Please drive up the hill as you enter the park. Bear right and you will see car parking areas 1-5.
After you park your car, please follow the footpath down to the main entrance point (please note this footpath is on a fairly steep hill).
At the end of your day the driver can collect the car from the main car park and meet the rest of the visiting party at the pick up point located in our disabled/accessible car park.
Unfortunately the steep driveway is not suitable for Motorhomes, Caravans and Coaches.
The Filers 301 service runs from Barnstaple via Ilfracombe throughout the season.
Please be aware that this service might run only to the Combe Martin village before April and after September.
The nearest train station is Barnstaple.
From the station you would need to go to the main bus station
April 2023 - 29th October 2023
- Free parking.
There's a disabled/accessible car park immediately on the right as you enter the main driveway. It is within easy access of the Info Desk where you can receive all information about park accessibility including a map
There are toilets located in the main square that have a ramp access.
There is a disabled/accessible toilet and changing area at the back of the Dinosaurus Playzone (this toilet does not have a hoist).
There is a disabled/accessible toilet opposite the Grey Wolf enclosure with ramp access
- Food&drink - Jungle Hut Café, Meersnax Hut, Playzone
- Picnic areas - indoor and outdoor options
- Gift shop
- Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed
The park is set at the top of Combe Martin village and due to the natural terrain there are some fairly steep parts of the park. Please note that some areas might be challenging for people with mobility issues.
Wheelchair access is limited and therefore wheelchair users receive free entry & carers receive concession entry price.
FULL ACCESS TO THESE AREAS
– Info Desk
– T-Rex & Dinosaur Show
– Dinosaurus Playzone & Gift Shop
– Jungle Hut Café
– Sea Lions
– Guinea Pigs & Hermann’s Tortoises, Tropical Birds around the top area of the park
ACCESS AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION
– Meersnax & Main Picnic Area
– Meerkats & Bat Eared Fox, Bats, African Lions, Hudson Bay Wolves, Timber Grey Wolves, Baboons, Alpacas, Hornbills, Tortoises, Genets, Owls
INACCESSIBLE AREAS FOR WHEELCHAIRS
– Dinosaur Museum & Pharaoh’s Tomb, Dino Express Train
– Japanese Gardens, Dinosaur Valley & Critter Caverns
– Main Primate Area, Racoons, Coatis, Capybaras, Wallabies, Emus, Goats, Pelican, Penguins, Black & White Lemurs
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