Paradise Wildlife Park is an interactive zoo with gardens and children’s activities near Hoddesdon and just off junction 25 of the M25, in Hertfordshire.
The animal park has more than 400 animals including big cats: tigers, lions, leopards and cheetahs, primates: monkeys, lemurs plus zebras, wallabies, wolves, gibbons, reptiles, spiders, meerkats, birds and more. Indoor areas include an undercover walk-through Tropical Rainforest with small primates, farmyard animals petting barn and a walkthrough lorikeet enclosure (nectar pots for feeding costs extra). There is also an Indoor soft play centre for children up to 15 and daily talks and animal shows. Feed some of the animals with feedbags sold at the park.
Other things to do and see include five children’s adventure playgrounds, the Paradise Lagoon paddling pool (Summer months), a tractor trailer ride, the National Speedway Museum and shop displaying a selection of speedway memorabilia and the Paradise Gardens with woodland trail. Additional charge activities include 18-hole Safari Adventure Golf course, panning for gems, mini-diggers, Crazy Sand and Woodland Railway ride.
- Car parking.
- Safari Sam’s Diner serving hot and cold meals and drinks.
- Tumble Jungle cafe serving snacks and drinks.
- Tiger Treetops serving cakes, snacks and hot and cold drinks.
Open daily from 9:30am to 5pm (6pm Summer months).
Before you start your journey to Paradise Wildlife Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.