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Paradise Wildlife Park is voted Hertfordshire’s No.1 Outdoor Attraction by Trip Advisor and set in the beautiful surrounding of Broxbourne Woods in the Heart of the Hertfordshire Countryside.
Paradise is home to over 800 exotic wild animals including being the only zoo in the UK to home five different big cat species. They also look after one of the largest collection of small Monkeys in the UK as well as the largest Anaconda AND they have 20 different animal talks, feeds and shows every day.
Thanks to Paradise Wildlife Park we have a family membership for a whole year for you to win, so you can go as often as you like!
NEW for 2018… Meet some life-size animatronic Dinosaurs at the incredible World of Dinosaurs attraction. It will be one of the UK’s biggest and most spectacular animatronic dinosaur attractions, set in acres of natural woodland. It will feature 30 life-size, moving and roaring dinosaurs – a real thrill for any dinosaur adventurer! Check out the website...
Paradise Wildlife Park was formed in 1984 and is already well known for its animal breeding and conservation work. In 2017, we became the charity Zoological Society of Hertfordshire and to date, the Park has made contributions of over £5,000,000 to conservation projects and wildlife causes in the UK and around the world, as well as other charities and good causes. It is also part of the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme, with successful Jaguar, African Penguin, Lar Gibbon, Cotton Top Tamarin, Silvery Marmoset and Red Ruff Lemur births in the past 2 years alone. With recommendations to breed Snow Leopards and Red Pandas.
The Zoological Society of Hertfordshire (ZSH) is a registered charity (no.1108609). Our knowledgeable and passionate team cares for our own animals and raises funds to support wildlife conservation projects in the UK and around the world.
Paradise Wildlife Park / The Zoological Society of Hertfordshire is situated 20 miles north of London, 7 miles from Junction 25 on the M25 and approximately 25 minutes from London Liverpool Street by rail.