Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

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Everyone loves a wildlife park

Looks like you’ve just stumbled upon one of the best places to visit in Lincolnshire with your family. You may be visiting the beautiful county, looking for things to do in Mablethorpe or Skegness, or you’re visiting the Lincolnshire Wolds and looking for a day out in the surrounding area. Well, we couldn’t recommend any place more than Lincolnshire Wildlife Park.

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is one of the UK’s largest animal sanctuaries. Their furry (and some not so furry) residents come from all walks of life and from all over the world.

Here's a sneak peak of the animals your family and friends will meet…

Sounds of the rainforest

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is well-known for its National Parrot Sanctuary. The team here do an incredible job and have over 1,000 parrots and parakeets to look after – over a third of the UK’s parrots live here.

These beautiful creatures come in all shapes and sizes, and just imagine the colours!

Listen to the wonderful sounds of the rainforest, spanning from Australia, to Africa, to the Americas and hear the colourful language that comes with these amazing birds. Can humans detect changes in language and bird dialect, we wonder?

As you walk around the park with your friends and family, you’ll discover some amazing facts and information about parrots - we’ve no doubt you’ll come away feeling inspired by the work of this incredible charity.

Lions and tigers and… monkeys!

Feel like you’ve taken the family on an African safari when you meet the lions. Or that you’re crossing the tropical wilderness of India when you come face-to-face with the Bengal tigers.

Be charmed be the mischief of monkeys and meerkats who always look like they’re up to no good - sound familiar grownups?

You can even meet reindeer and start getting excited for Christmas…

Reptiles and amphibians

Meet the caiman as you make your way through the park. He’s got a pretty amazing home with his very own pond, a beach, and it’s kept nice and warm for him there too. He’s a very relaxed, docile caiman, so will often lay and bask under the lamp or sit underneath the waterfall for a massage.

Lots of the reptiles and amphibians can be found in the Rainforest Diner in their lovely display homes. A pretty good time to let the little ones crack on with their new friendships and give the grownups five.

Meet bearded dragons, geckos, iguanas, frogs, turtles, tortoises and an anaconda!

What a family day out in Lincolnshire!

Reflect on your incredible visit to one of Lincolnshire’s best attractions when you stop for a bite to eat at the Rainforest Diner. There’s lots of choice so no need to worry, there’ll be something to gobble down for even the fussiest of eaters.

Or maybe you’ve spent all your hours exploring and now it’s time to jump in the car and make your way home. We wonder who’ll be the first one to fall asleep…

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How to get here


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Keep an eye out for the brown tourism signs from the A52 at Wainfleet and the A16 at Stickney and use these to help you.

The park is situated in rural Lincolnshire so you may come across some bumpy or narrow roads on your way so please drive carefully.


Buses run 7am – 7pm Monday to Friday & 7.30am – 6.30pm on Saturday’s. No Sunday buses.

  • Free parking
  • Toilets
  • Baby/Child facilities
  • Play area for the kids
  • Gift/Souvenir Shop
  • Food&Drink –The Rainforest Diner has indoor and outdoor seating
  • For those with nut allergies, there will be nuts around the park. For those with severe nuts allergies, please ensure you bring medication - they are happy to offer disposable gloves at reception if you’d like them
  • Honey Bees on site, so please be aware of this if you have any allergies to stings
  • IDs required for carer and student tickets

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