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Beale Wildlife Park’s Love Your Zoo Week

Beale Park

Beale Wildlife Park is super excited to celebrate May half-term with Love Your Zoo Week. A celebration of everything wonderful Beale has to offer.

Throughout the half-term, you and your little ones can:

  • Join the Heart Tree project, and spread the love with a self-led craft.
  • Transform into your favourite animals with our amazing face painters.
  • Meet the Marvellous Mini-Beasts or take part in the Python Picnic, a fantastic animal-handling session.
  • Create animal enrichment and watch our animals enjoy them in our daily sessions.
  • Join our knowledgeable Keepers in Keeper Talks held throughout the day.
  • Explore the park with our self-guided trail, and discover the staff’s favourite animals.

Plus, all of Beale Park’s amazing attractions, including: train rides, over 150 animal species, beautiful gardens, 3 outdoor play areas, indoor soft play, little tykes village, and splash pool.

Dates: 27th May – 4th June 2023

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