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Wolds Wildlife Park

Louth Rd, Horncastle LN9 5LJ, UK

Zoos

About Wolds Wildlife Park

A majestc and beautiful zoo which was accommodated with an exciting variety of animals from wild mammals to domestic animals including bears, lions, zebras, highland cows, tapirs, capybaras and many more. View all your favourites up close and discover opportunities to book an amazing wildlife experience. The park isn’t huge but it is ever-evolving and with such fantastic animals they are definitely worth supporting and visiting. The most striking thing about the park is the animal’s enclosures.



Attractions near Wolds Wildlife Park

Snipe Dales7.33km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Snipe Dales nature reserve and Country Park is situated on the southern edge of the Wolds. The country park is 210 acres in a total of which 90 is woodland previously owned by the Forestry Commission and now by Lincolnshire County Council. The reserve has one of the few surviving semi-natural wet valley systems, while the Country Park offers mixed woodland walks. This diversity supports a wide range of birds and other wildlife including butterflies and dragonflies.

Woodhall Spa Golf Club9.57km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Woodhall Spa - Voted best inland course in the UK by Golf World Magazine, a classic British heathland course. It is ‘Home of English Golf’ and is host to the excellent National Golf Centre alongside two amazing golf courses. The club has hosted many prestigious amateur championships including the English Amateur and the Brabazon Trophy on several occasions. It offers an all-around golfing experience, the excellent facilities onsite give golfers the opportunity to fine-tune their game.

Bolingbroke Castle10.26km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Bolingbroke Castle was one of three castles built by Ranulf de Blundeville, Earl of Chester and Lincoln, in the 1220s after his return from the Crusades. After Blundeville’s death, the castle remained in the ownership of the Earls of Lincoln and was later inherited through marriage by John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Today the castle is an evocative ruin preserved to ground floor level, with several rooms within the towers still surviving.

Jubilee Park10.3km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Jubilee Park at Woodhall Spa is a fun-filled venue offering a range of outdoor activities guaranteed to entertain the whole family especially during the summer months when both the lido and caravan site are open. Other park amenities include a camping and caravanning site, children's playground, picnic area, bowling green, croquet lawn, cricket field, putting course, tennis courts and a cafe.

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre11.32km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Museum is an Aircraft Museum based on a 1940's RAF Lancaster Bomber airfield. The center's main exhibit is Avro Lancaster Mk VII, NX611, named Just Jane after a popular wartime comic character. It also houses the cockpit of an English Electric Canberra WH957, and the wreckage of Supermarine Spitfire Vb BL655; it crashed in July 1943, killing its Canadian pilot, Flying Officer Norman Alexander Watt. There are two aircraft undergoing restoration to static condition,

Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre11.97km from Wolds Wildlife Park

Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre is designed for aviation enthusiasts and people with an interest in the Second World War.  It has displays portraying every aspect of life at the airfield and there are special bays for each squadron that was stationed here.The visitor centre commemorates both the Royal Air Force, and RAF Woodhall Spa history, as well as civilian life in Lincolnshire in the 1940s.

Where is Wolds Wildlife Park

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England.  The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.