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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park - Things to Know Before Visiting

Pershore Rd, Birmingham B5 7RL, UK


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About Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is a small zoo on the edge of Cannon Hill Park in Birmingham, England. It is owned and managed by Birmingham City Council. It was home to a unique collection of animals from across the world, including Red Pandas, lemurs, reptiles, meerkats, otters, birds, wallabies and a large collection of monkeys.

Attractions Near Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Cannon Hill Park
Cannon Hill Park0.53km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Cannon Hill Park is one of the premier parks in the city and has been awarded Green Flag status. With beautiful flowerbeds, lakes, pools and a wonderful collection of trees. It is the most popular park in the city, covering 250 acres consisting of formal, conservation, woodland and sports areas. Recreational activities at the park include boating, fishing, bowls, tennis, putting and picnic areas.

Edgbaston Stadium
Edgbaston Stadium0.69km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Edgbaston Stadium is the home of Warwickshire county cricket club and Birmingham Bears. It has been transformed into one of the UK’s leading sporting venues, situated in Edgbaston. Edgbaston has hosted the T20 Finals Day more than any other cricket ground. Edgbaston is the main home ground for the Birmingham Phoenix men's team in The Hundred competition from 2021.

Martineau Gardens
Martineau Gardens0.69km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Martineau Gardens is a beautiful therapeutic community garden and a charity. It was an oasis for wildlife, a haven of tranquillity, a destination for an outdoor escape, there are two and a half acres of organically managed landscape for you to explore. The gardens are designated a Site of Local Importance for Nature Conservation.

Winterbourne House & Garden
Winterbourne House & Garden0.93km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Winterbourne Botanic Garden is the botanic garden of the University of Birmingham, located in Edgbaston, Birmingham. It is adjacent to Edgbaston Pool, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. This seven acre Grade II listed garden is home to a beautiful walled garden, striking colour themed borders, original sandstone rock garden and stream side planting. There is a gift shop, plant sales, second hand books for sale and a gallery with a programme of guest exhibitions.

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts1.19km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts is an art gallery and concert hall in Birmingham, England. It is situated in purpose-built premises on the campus of the University of Birmingham. Home to ‘one of the finest small art galleries in Europe’, and a concert hall with ‘perfect acoustics, comfort, and rest for the eye.

Lapworth Museum of Geology
Lapworth Museum of Geology1.49km from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

The Lapworth Museum of Geology is a geological museum run by the University of Birmingham and located on the University's campus in Edgbaston, south Birmingham, England. It has the finest and most extensive collection of fossils, minerals and rocks in the Midlands region, and has been highlighted by The Guardian as one of Britain’s best paleontological Museums. The Lapworth was one of five UK museums shortlisted for the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award in 2017.

Where is Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

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