Written on: 21/08/2013 by Lou26 (1 review written)
As this park offers no discounts for disability it should reflect on this. Gravel path towards and around manor house and most of park totally unsuitable for people in self propelled wheelchair and those on walking frames including Kaye frames Toilet raised high toilet no range of side bars so disabled user if under at least 5foot have to hold onto toilet seat if the have poor postural support. There is no changing facilities for profound disability leaving them without even the basic... (read more)
Written on: 01/11/2012 by Dnsjp
We had a lovely visit to the wildlife park, very lovely grounds and very clean, however when we went to watch the wolverines be fed all the feeders did was walk in, put a pumpkin on the table, then they walked back out, it would have been nice if they explained why they were having a pumpkin and what was in it. When we walked into the park the wolverine feed was advertised on a big board this meant a lot of people turned up to watch it, it wouldn't have been so bad if they haven't advertised... (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2011
The indoor play area was amazing but then when i went to see the birds it was horrible the birds could move they just had to stay there the couldn't even move a foot and i thought that was animal curtly i wold never ever go there again the animal have no space and the shelter isn't that good is well they are small i recommend you don't go there and if you do make a complaint because its disgusting
thanks for taking your time to read this
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Written on: 27/10/2010 by David Beckley (1 review written)
The park is probably one of the best I have ever visited. All the animals had ample living and grazing accomodation, and after interjecting with some of the staff,I felt like they loved working at the park, and were very enthusiastic when they answered my questions.
I would recommend a visit, and felt the park catered for all ages, next time I will take a ride on the train that they have which trundles all around the facility.
Once again my wife and I had a brilliant day. (read more)
Written on: 20/08/2010 by theresa connelly (1 review written)
beautiful grounds plenty of space but animals kept in very small envoirment most of them looked really bored even the goats had more room than two reindeer. Ive never written a review before but we ended up going around feeling really sorry for the animals. Im not even a big animal lover but they are making a fast buck out of these poor animals. (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2009
An excellent wildlife park with large number of different species. All the enclosures were well maintained and perfect environments for the animals. It was a hughly enjoyable visit. We will go back late spring to see the gardens in bloom. There was nothing to dislike (read more)
Written on: 13/07/2008 by Sally Scof (1 review written)
This was our first visit to the Cotswold Wildlife Park and what a treat it was. The most important thing was that all the animals looked happy and healthy and were kept in appropriate environments, eg. the timber wolves were kept in an enclosure with plenty of trees, and because they are timid were viewed from an overhead walkway which was not intrusive. The zebras and Rhino were allowed to wander over a large grassed area, and were contained by a ditch and low wire fence, so visitors have... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2008
Unlike other places at Cotswold Wildlife Park, you haven't got the likes of McDonalds or expensive rides thrown in your face. It's all about the animals, not about making money. All of us loved it, Grandparents and the kids. Thank you. (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2006 by taximan (4 reviews written)
Cotswold Wildlife Park Zoo is a very good day out. There is a good selection of animals, all in easy to view enclosures and cages etc. Around the park there are extra little touches that make it more fun, like the bat house, the beautiful walled garden holding an enclosure for penguins and a tropical house with a sloth or two crawling slowly about on the roof! Of the bigger animals there are Zebras, Rhinos, Lions, Leopards (no elephants, tigers, giraffes or gorillas), and as for smaller... (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2006 by carl Groombridge (20 reviews written)
Cotswold Wildlife Park is large and open with lots of specialist species. The walled gardens are very well managed often giving illusions wild counterparts!!
The tropical house was especially inviting with its ferns and birdlife.
The park is well set out with a train ride through the park (useful for children and frail). I took a group of students on an educational visit and the response was very posative. (read more)
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