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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

#28 of 283 things to do in Birmingham Features Animals
Pershore Road | Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7RL, England
+44 121 472 5488
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My kids are animal lovers and outdoor lovers I had not heard about the conservation park until I... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago

A good place to visit,esp with children,a lot of of small monkeys from around the world,a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Steven A
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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The Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is home to some of the worlds most endangered animals. During your visit you will see Red Pandas, Colombian Black Spider Monkeys, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Ocelot Cats, European Lynx, Northern Bald Ibis, Ring Tailed Lemurs, Gentle Lemurs, Two Toed Sloth, Pygmy Slow Loris, Golden Lion Tamarins, Pied Tamarins, Meerkats, Otters, Binturong to name but a few!! All of these species are maintained in spacious naturalistic enclosures. Our name reflects our commitment to saving these rare animals through conservation captive breeding, informative talks, classroom experiences and clear signage. Why not become a 'keeper for a day' or have 'an animal encounter'. Hold your birthday party, meeting or special occasion at our park. Get close to the worlds rarest animals, have a fun family day out, we're nearer than you think!!
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Pershore Road | Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7RL, England
+44 121 472 5488
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Reviewed 5 days ago

My kids are animal lovers and outdoor lovers I had not heard about the conservation park until I was googling new things to do with kids in the Birmingham area. I was a concerned about the animals being kept in a cage or bad conditions...More

Thank Emdaught5
Reviewed 1 week ago

A good place to visit,esp with children,a lot of of small monkeys from around the world,a beautiful lynx,some nice birds,we enjoyed it.

Thank Steven A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Two of us found this little gem of a place in the middle of Birmingham. At £5 it is a good price for the day out (£6.25 for non students/senior citizens). We are not fans of animals in cages but we were very impressed with...More

Thank Reuben M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is a wonderful place to take the kids. It has a wide variety of animals from farm to weird. Kids love it

Thank trytobeasnorkeller
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

I don't know how well known this place is. It don't think it is well advertised and even on TripAdvisor if you search attractions near cannon hill park this doesn't come up. However it is a great little place. Smaller than a zoo it is...More

1  Thank HeartoftheCountry
Reviewed 12 May 2017

This is a wildlife park which is halfway to being a zoo. Low key but brilliant for children because the animals are more visible and accessible. Lots of more domestic animals and birds but also some exotic animals like monkeys, porcupines and red pandas which...More

Thank Tim L
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Another lovely visit to the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park. Took along someone who had never been before and they were really impressed too! Great activity for the little ones...we had a 7 month old and a 2 year old with us and they loved it!...More

Thank Becky8oo
Reviewed 10 May 2017

We went as 2 couples, and a 3 year old. Each and every one of us had a amazing time!! The goat even came towards us for a head scratch! The monkey enclosure is a must see

Thank Feem2164
Reviewed 8 May 2017

It's an okay small zoo for families to visit that's reasonably priced. It has a new play area but it's not suitable for small children with no swings or slides. The cafe was disappointing and disorganised. Staff seemed very unhappy to be there, things like...More

Thank Tweezeandbubble
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This isn't a full sized zoo and we knew that before going, however, there is plenty to see here. The red pandas and the lynx are the main interest points and luckily both animals were on form the day we visited! I feel like there...More

Thank hlc010994
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Dionne W
How long would one typically spend here? On a tight schedule and wanna fit in as much as I can when I come to Birmingham next weekend :) thanks in advance
11 June 2017|
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Response from NatureCentre | Property representative |
Hi Dionne, Most visitors spend half a day walking around the wildlife park. We have a number of unusual and endangered species on-show including pied tamarins, Aloatran gentle lemurs,European lynx, ocelot, red pandas to name... More
Hi I'd like to know if we could take our dogs into the Birmingham wildlife conservation park.
12 April 2017|
Response from Andy K | Reviewed this property |
Hi Clairewel....sorry I took so long but just seen your Q. Only Guide Dogs allowed
Helen P
Is there an admission charge for carers?
9 April 2017|
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Response from vicki200781 | Reviewed this property |
No it's free