The New Forest Wildlife Park originally started life as a humble butterfly park, but evolved over the years to become an attraction boasting a fantastic collection of mammals and birds. With expert animal handlers and a steadfast commitment to conservation and animal welfare, it is a fantastic place to go both to learn about wildlife, and simply to enjoy seeing some beautiful and interesting animals in pleasant surroundings.
By visiting, you are supporting the protection of many endangered animals native to us and from other parts of the world. The New Forest Wildlife Park is completely invested in the wellbeing of animals and supports many conservation projects abroad too. From the colourful butterfly house with tropical species in all shapes and sizes to keeper talks and feeding sessions - there’s fun to be had by all the family. Set in 25 acres of natural ancient woodland, take the Wildlife Walkabout and experience the close proximity of all these woodland creatures. Now you can be a part of their story and support them in conserving species under threat today!
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If you live near the New Forest Wildlife Park, you can save on making it a regular day out destination by buying an annual pass. These are available for all age ranges and give you access to the park as often as you'd like for 12 months, as well as newsletters and other member benefits.
Can we watch the animals being fed?
Feeding times can be the best times to see some animals, and you also get the benefit of a talk by their handlers. See the website or ask at the park to find out the feeding times of the animals you are most interested in.
When is the New Forest Wildlife park open?
The park is open every day of the year except Christmas Day and Boxing Day, however the butterfly house closes over the winter due to the lifecycle of these creatures.
How do I get to the New Forest Wildlife Park?
For directions and any other information regarding your visit, go the New Forest Wildlife Park's website. You'll find information about public transport, a park map and even animal feeding times.
Open all year except 25th and 26th December
Spring/Summer 10.00am - 5.30pm
Autumn/Winter 10.00am - 4.30pm or dusk
Advised last admission is 1.5 hours before closing time
Tel: 02380 292408