Summer - 10am to 5pm (Last entry at 4pm).
Winter- 10am to 4pm (Last entry to the 'Main Park' at 3pm due to daylight).
Booking online essential.
Your family will love a day in Paradise...!
An Award-winning wildlife sanctuary with tropical birds, set around sheltered Victorian gardens, plus the JungleBarn indoor play center, making a great day out for all the family.
Full details of the various ticket options are available here.
Over 1,200 stunning birds including parrots, penguins, macaws, toucans, hornbills, flamingos, lovebirds plus, beautiful Red pandas, rare Red squirrels, tiny Harvest Mice, cute donkeys, guinea pigs and much more.
Amazing new species to see plus all your favourites to revisit. There are delicious food options from the main Café.
The penguins feeding happens twice a day so you may well be lucky enough to be nearby when they are fed by the keepers.
The JungleBarn Indoor Play Centre with giant slides, spinning discs, rope bridge, ladders, Astra Slide, the Big Blue, Drop and Double Drop slides and much more (To use the Indoor JungleBarn Play Centre you must book ‘PARK & JUNGLEBARN’ tickets or book the JungleBarn Afternoon Play Only session. Please see the booking page for more info.)
The 'Tropics' is the new open-air development which is home to tropical birds in spacious flights. To help protect our birds from bird flu, currently a short walk-through element in one bird enclosure and our small Tropical House are closed. Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
In the Paradise Island outdoor play area climb the towers, slide into the 'river' and ride a rocking dolphin in this fun outdoor playground.
The fun farm is home to mini donkeys, pygmy goats, sheep and adorable rabbits and guinea pigs – kids will adore this family favourite.
There are 150 little bags of ‘Goat and Sheep Food’ each day which are available to buy on entry.
On good weather days 'Zebedee' the Jungle Express Train may be taken out for a spin! You board the train just by the otter enclosure and set off on a small route round the house grounds (not round the whole Park) through the garden of Glanmor House, through the top section of the Parrot Jungle, then behind the scenes around the back of the house. There is a small charge of £1 per person.
Wildlife conservation is at the heart of Paradise Park. The World Parrot Trust, based at the Park, has helped the survival of 70 species of parrot in 43 countries.
For more details on what to expect from a visit to Paradise Park here.
Please use Sat Nav TR27 4HY.
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