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Paradise Park

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16 Trelissick Road, Hayle TR27 4HY, England
+44 1736 751020
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We love paradise park we've been going for years and always get a return ticket so worth it never... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tracey B
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Saint Ives, null, United Kingdom
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One contented 5 year old, two very impressed parents and grandparents.

I remember visiting Paradise Park on school trips and hadn't returned for a long time, so we were... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
zellazoe
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Truro, United Kingdom
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Your family will love a day in Paradise ...! This Award-winning wildlife sanctuary with JungleBarn indoor play centre offers so much for all the family, from amazing free flying bird shows, Fun Farm to Penguin photocalls and feed the little parrots.You'll meet colourful birds including many rare and beautiful parrots, flamingos, toucans and red-billed Cornish choughs, plus owls, kookaburras and cranes. With over 140 species and a total of over 650 birds there is a stunning range to see. On top of this there are the animals in the Fan Farm including mini donkeys, pygmy goats, sheep, rabbits and guinea pigs. Then you have red pandas, red squirrels and otters with many species in conservation breeding schemes.Children love the penguins, especially the summer photocall at the end of the talk and feed sessions. During the summer 'Flight of the Rainbows' experience you can buy small pots of nectar to feed the forty plus Lorikeets that come swooping out from there enclosure down onto the awaiting crowd. It's a fantastic experience!The amazing 'Eagles of Paradise' display (summer) gives you the opportunity to see birds like Archie the Bald Eagle and Saffron the Golden Eagle close up as they fly over and around you during these very informative and interesting flying displays.The 'Free Flying Bird Show' (summer) is an opportunity to see and learn about many other species including stunning Macaws as they fly over your head and in-between the crowds. With the large Otter Pool Cafe and the Bird In Hand Pub just opposite the entrance you can be sure of a wide and tasty selection of food and drinks.Paradise Park's 'JungleBarn' indoor play centre is fabulous fun whatever the weather. With giant slides, challenging soft play and a special toddlers' zone with ball fountain you and your kids will want to stay all day. There is a snack bar with daily papers available, balcony overlooking the gardens, plus jungle-themed rooms perfect for birthday parties. Try our new outdoor 'Paradise Island' adventure play area as well.And don't forget their great value 'Return Tickets' if one day is not enough!Keep an eye on the website for the latest discount vouchers.
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16 Trelissick Road, Hayle TR27 4HY, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We love paradise park we've been going for years and always get a return ticket so worth it never get bored and the picnic area is relaxing love watching the flight of the birds, listening to the information about the Penguins my favorite are the...More

Thank Tracey B
ParadiseParkCornwall, Alison at Paradise Park, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Hello Tracey, Thank you very much for your review, so glad that you and your family have enjoyed many visits to Paradise Park and always find something interesting and energetic to do. Many thanks, Alison

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I remember visiting Paradise Park on school trips and hadn't returned for a long time, so we were pleasantly surprised at how much this place has blossomed over the years. Even on a rainy day there was plenty to do. My son took part in...More

Thank zellazoe
ParadiseParkCornwall, Alison at Paradise Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hello zellazoe, I’m so glad that three generations of your family all enjoyed visiting Paradise Park recently. It sounds like your son took part in and appreciated everything despite the rain. And how kind of you to write such a lovely 1,000th review on Trip...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

On arrival to the paradise park we presented our 'Red Panda Experience' voucher to the payment desk and it appeared to kick off a very well drilled process. The extremely friendly lady at reception called the equally friendly Lead Red Panda Keeper over the tannoy....More

Thank Zipmans
Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile

Paradise Park was outstanding from start to finish and despite the awful typical Great British Weather made my fiance's birthday a memorable experience. The staff are by far the friendliest and most approachable people I've spoken to at an animal park making it an enjoyable...More

Thank Benjamin B
Reviewed 9 December 2017

My visit lasted about an hour and a half. The birds of prey especially their owls were interesting as they are often difficult to see in the day in their natural environment. They have a large collection of exotic birds many confiscated from the pet...More

Thank JEFFREY G
Reviewed 14 November 2017

This was our second visit to Paradise Park and we came principally for the soft play. It is expensive if you are just coming for the soft play, although our 2, 3 year olds loved it and the £3.50 return ticket is good if you...More

1  Thank Sheilambutcher
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Having parked up and gone in the park, I was a little worried that we would have to drag the visit out to make the entrance fee worthwhile, as the park is deceptively small from how the map shows it, but we ended up staying...More

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 7 November 2017

My visit was some twenty years after the last one . Still good for young children who haven't seen exotic or birds of prey in the flesh. It is not a full days worth of entertainment and food etc is expensive so take packed lunch...More

Thank Steve F
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Wifes idea not mind..I don't like zoos. We got family discount with a local flyer and just about found as it was realky poorly signed (not the parks fault) and sat nav postcode gave by the flyer shoved us into a cul-de-sac much to the...More

1  Thank Richard H
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

Spent another wonderful visit at paradise park. Always a highlight is the soft play (for the kids) and the train (for the adult and the kids). The birds and animals always look so well looked after and the children were allowed to feed the penguins...More

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daniellelouise1990
23 August 2017|
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Response from ParadiseParkCornwall | Property representative |
Hello, there is one entrance price for the whole of Paradise Park - the bird garden including the JungleBarn play area. This continues until the 30th October 2017 when winter hours start (the clocks change and it is too... More
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chrispurle
10 September 2016|
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Response from ParadiseParkCornwall | Property representative |
Hello Chris, please would you let me know what happened by emailing me. The TripAdvisor guidelines mean that I can't post my email address here but you can find it on our website. Thanks, Alison
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Jayne F
18 May 2016|
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Response from ParadiseParkCornwall | Property representative |
Hello Jayne, We have quite recently allowed guide dogs if our guidance is followed (info on our website under "plan-your-visit/accessibility" but we don't allow other dogs.
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