Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens is home to more than 260 species of animals and 120 acres of beautiful parkland. The park is set in 160 acres (0.65 km2) of landscaped parkland and gardens 2 miles south of Burford, on the A361, Oxfordshire, England. It also has so many other interesting things to see and do in and around this area.
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Kilkenny Lane Country Park
4.06km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
A majestic park Set within 21 hectares, which is an ideal location for playing, walking, jogging, horse-riding or simply relaxing with a picnic. There are 2.5km of footpaths and bridleways as well as an adventure play area. It was one of the iconic attraction in this area and it attracts both locals and tourists.
Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote
8.91km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
The picturesque ruins of Minster Lovell Hall, a 15th century Oxfordshire manor house, lie in a beautiful rural setting beside the River Windrush. They include a fine hall, tower and nearby dovecote. The Hall was a fairly typical if impressive manor house. The buildings surround three sides of a square; the fourth side towards the River Windrush was closed off by a wall. The great tower at the south-west corner seems to be a later addition to the house, as part of the adjoining west wing had to b
Saint Johns Lock
9.57km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
St John's Lock, is the highest lock on the River Thames at 76m above sea level. It is 1.85 km from Buscot Lock and was named after a nearby priory, established in 1250. The lock was built of stone in 1790 by the Thames Navigation Commission. The lock can be reached easily from St John's Bridge which is about a mile out of Lechlade on the A417 road.
9.6km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
Kelmscott Manor is a limestone manor house in the Cotswolds village of Kelmscott, in West Oxfordshire. Visitors today can still experience the beauty and seclusion that inspired many of William Morris’s most important designs and writings as well as influencing his ideas on conservation for both the built and natural environments. It includes furniture, original textiles, pictures and paintings, carpets, ceramics and metalwork. The estate also boasts a beautiful garden.
National Trust - Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
10.18km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
The National Trust's Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate, Gloucestershire, is a Cotswold country estate and 17th century grandstand. It houses the best of the Sherborne collection, inherited from Lord Sherborne in 1982, highlights include Kent furniture and family portraits. It is England's only surviving 17th-century deer course and grandstand.
National Trust - Buscot Park
11.62km from Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
Buscot Park is a country house at Buscot near the town of Faringdon in Oxfordshire within the historic boundaries of Berkshire. It was built in an austere neoclassical style between 1780 and 1783 for Edward Loveden Loveden. It remained in the family until sold in 1859 to Robert Tertius Campbell, an Australian. Campbell's daughter Florence would later be famous as Mrs Charles Bravo, the central character in a Victorian murder case that remains unsolved to this day.
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Oxfordshire is a landlocked county in the far west of the government statistical region of South East England. The ceremonial county borders Warwickshire to the north-west, Northamptonshire to the north-east, Buckinghamshire to the east, Berkshire to the south, Wiltshire to the south-west and Gloucestershire to the west.