Oxford, England

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

260 species of animals from rhinos to penguins, a stately manor house, landscaped gardens, a miniature train, and tree houses – the Cotswold Wildlife Park has it all!

Lions and lemurs to penguins and pythons

The Cotswold Wildlife Park was opened to the public in 1970 and is UK’s largest privately owned zoological collection. The Park boasts exotic animal species from across the globe which are housed in well catalogued areas like Woodland Walk, Madagascar and Walled Garden. Naturally, there’s also a Reptile House, Bat House and Insect House. The park is notably home to 160 species of birds from Ostriches to Chilean flamingos.

Friendly for visitors of all ages

The Wildlife Park also features picnic spots and a couple of refreshment kiosks besides a fully functional restaurant, The Oak Tree. The Park is also famed for its beautiful gardens and flowers which are a treat by themselves as well as the Skymaze Adventure playground for grown-ups and children.  The narrow gauge train, Bella, takes visitors to all the key areas of the park.

The Cotswold Wild life Park is a welcoming destination that makes a memorable day out for families.


Handy tips:

  • Save when you buy e-tickets which are valid for 30 days from the date of purchase.
  • Complimentary wheelchairs are available at the Gift Shop.