Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens are situated midway between Oxford and Cheltenham and set out on 160 acres of landscaped ... More
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens are situated midway between Oxford and Cheltenham and set out on 160 acres of landscaped parkland, this park offers a wealth of attractions for all ages to enjoy. White rhinos, Asiatic lions and birds of prey are just some of the regular attractions, but there are also many special one-off events, such as car rallies. Families will love the cafeteria, adventure playground, picnic areas and narrow-gauge railway which runs from April until October.
We liked this park so much that we bought a yearly pass, so we could go there regularly. There are wonderful vistas with rhinoceros, as well as spider monkeys, big cats, penquins, and many more. Excellent adventure playground and picnic areas. Nice cafe, if you forgot to pack a lunch.
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