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Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Branton Category For the Family, Nature & Wildlife
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Built on a former riding school and farm, Yorkshire Wildlife Park has come along way since it opened in April 2009. A dynamic centre for conservation and welfare, the park has over 300 animals and over 60 different species of animal.

Come into the world of the animals at the UK’s No.1 Walkthrough Wildlife Adventure! There’s family fun all day long with our walkthrough safari animal areas, a full programme of ranger talks and feeding time, indoor and outdoor play areas, cafes and shops in the new Safari Village.

With nearly 400 animals and 70 different species of animal, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to experience a truly breathtaking walkthrough wildlife adventure. Most of the animals at the park are either endangered or threatened, Yorkshire Wildlife Park work closely with charities to help the conservation of endangered species in the wild and captivity.

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