We are delighted to invite you to come and spend the day with other adopters and families at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens funded by Pye Charitable Settlement. With their amazingly diverse collection of species and 160 acres of beautiful parkland, there is so much to see and do! 

Things to see and do

 There are programmed Animal feeding and talks with the penguins and lemurs well as the opportunity to stroke the animals in the Children’s Farmyard. The Madagascar exhibit will also be open until 3pm.

·       The narrow-gauge railway runs from 12.00pm until 4.00pm (weather permitting) and takes you all around the Park. There is a separate charge for this (Adults £2.00, Child £1.00, under 3’s free of charge).

·       The Park’s famous Adventure playground, ‘Skymaze’ is set amongst the trees close to the restaurant and has interconnecting treehouses with jungle bridges and slides climbing to a bird’s eye view of the Park over 20 feet high! There is also a separate large tree house with slide, adventure area, swings and space net.

·       For little ones, there is a ‘Mini Manor’ with slides and interconnecting treehouses,  a mini zip wire and sand pit. The spacious lawns and benches nearby provide adults with a place to relax, eat a picnic and let the children play.

For those who wish to eat out, The Old Tree Restaurant offers a range of hot meals, drinks, sandwiches and cakes. Children are well catered for with all adult meals offered in child sized portions and bottle warming facilities are available.

With the Victorian Manor House at the hub, and a wonderful collection of mature trees and beautiful range of plants and flowers, there is something here for everyone, young and old.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Registered blind are admitted free of charge.

Good wheelchair and pushchair access in the majority areas of the park. Wheelchairs cannot access the first floor of the Bat House but there is a viewing platform at ground level too. The bridge over Flamingo Lake isn’t wheelchair friendly, but there is another entrance next to the bridge. For more details, go to accessibility information


Maximum of 6 tickets per family, 

Sara Spinks, our Oxford Community Coordinator will meet and greet you outside the shop that is in front of the Walled Garden at 10.30am. Everyone entering Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens will require a ticket. 

Parking is free. As you drive in, the paydesk will have a list with your name on so you will need to let them know who are you are to enter the park. You can then park up and meet Sara in front the shop.

Parents/carers are reminded they are responsible for their children at all times.

Everyone attending the event will require a ticket. Tickets are non-refundable or transferable. 

Any questions, please email [email protected] or [email protected] 

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Funded child ticket aged 3-16

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Free child ticket aged 0-2

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Funded adult ticket

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Funded adult (over 65) ticket

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