Wolds Wildlife Park

Wolds Wildlife Park

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Book tickets to Wolds Wildlife Park for a great day out in Lincolnshire!

Founded in 2013, Wolds Wildlife Park has expanded its animal kingdom from a singular zebra to over a hundred amazing species! 

If you're looking for a fun, family-friendly day out, head to Wolds Wildlife Park - one of the best animal parks in Lincolnshire.

There's so many things to do and see at Wolds Wildlife Park

A great day out in Skegness starts at Wolds Wildlife Park. Whether you visit alone or with a group, there's something for everyone as you experience Lincolnshire's animal kingdom:

  • See an array of magnificent animals on your wild day out; from lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, capybaras and so many more!
  • Explore the incredible glass walkthrough area - with panoramic glass windows looking directly into enclosures, get within inches of these fantastic animals!
  • Attend a Daily Keeper Talk and experience a fun and educational way to learn about the wildlife
  • Take a break and grab a bite at the on-site Cafe and Ice Cream Parlour!
  • Alternatively, bring a picnic and enjoy your lunch next to the lazy lions & mischievous macaques!
  • Let the little ones run wild on the roar-some play area - go wild!
  • Turn the little monkeys into little monkeys with the on-site face painting!
  • Grab a safari souvenir from the gift shop - a great way to remember your day!

Use promo code 'DAYSOUT' when you book Wolds Wildlife Park tickets for up to 10% off!

One of the best family days out in Skegness

Known for being a modern and progressive zoo with conservation, sustainability and animal welfare at its heart, you can visit Wolds Wildlife Park knowing that the animals are extremely well-cared for.

With an impressive array of animals, activities and events throughout the summer months, book Wolds Wildlife Park tickets!

Use promo code 'DAYSOUT' and save up to 10% on tickets!

Louth Road,
LN9 5LJ,
United Kingdom LN9 5LJ
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How to find us

Address: Wolds Wildlife Park, Louth Road, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 5LJ

What3Words: growth.moon.heap

By Car:

  • From the East: Head to Horncastle via A158 from Lincoln. When arriving at Horncastle, follow signs for Louth and Wolds Wildlife Park are on the left side of the road as you leave Horncastle.
  • From the North: Head to Horncastle via A16, then take A153 off the Louth bypass. Wolds Wildlife Park are on the right just before you enter Horncastle.
  • From the South: Take the A153 from Sleaford to Horncastle. Follow town signs for Louth and Wolds Wildlife Park are on the left side as you leave Horncastle. 
  • Wolds Wildlife Park are located just north of Horncastle main town on the west side of A153 - also known as 'Louth Road' and 'Horncastle Road'.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Food and Drink
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Play Area

Yes! All of Wolds Wildlife Parks paths are leveled concrete, making them perfectly accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs. 

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the attraction, Wolds Wildlife Park does not permit dogs. 

Seizure-alert dog being carried and guide dogs are permitted, but they must be pre-booked and certification is required upon arrival. 

Strictly no admission for dogs into the walk through between the Tigers & Hyenas during your visit. 


There is a varied menu for guests with hot and cold food and drinks, including:

  • Cheeseburgers and burgers
  • Chips
  • Pizzas
  • Jacket Potato
  • Ice Creams
  • Slushies 

There is also a picnic area open, so feel free to bring your own homemade lunches!


Wolds Wildlife Park opening times:

  • 1st April - 31st Oct: 10am - 5pm
  • Last Entry: 4pm
  • 1st November - 31st March: Closed

With a wide range of wildlife to see throughout your family-friendly day at Wolds Wildlife Park, you and your children can look forward to encountering:

  • African Lion
  • Alpaca
  • Bactrian Camel
  • Bearded Saki
  • Bengal Tiger
  • Capybara
  • Common Squirrel Monkey
  • Continental Giant Rabbit
  • Eurasian Brown Bear
  • Eurasian Lynx
  • Indian Leopard
  • Kirk's Dik Dik
  • Kookaburra
  • Llama
  • Lovebirds
  • Lowland Tapir
  • Miniature Donkey
  • Pig-Tailed Macaque
  • Puma
  • Red-Necked Wallaby
  • Ring-Tailed Lemur
  • Snow Leopard
  • Sulcata Tortoise
  • Zebra

...and many more!

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