Welcome back to our Spooktacular Season!

Wed 1st September

With the spooky season almost upon us, there is no better time to start planning your Spooktacular adventures for this October Half-Term!  Watch as this Autumn, a spooky overlay transforms Paradise Wildlife Park in a mysterious and ghoulish way, which will make everyone scream with excitement.

Take a walk around our World of Animals and witness our animals getting into the spooky, Halloween spirit themselves! Visit our newest Land of the Tigers and keep an eye out to see if our tigers are enjoying some terrific pumpkin enrichment, as well as our reptiles in our Temple of Angkor. Even visit the largest Anaconda on display in the UK to get into the season feelings!

With multiple autumnal photo opportunities for you to enjoy and to make some fang-tastic memories with, make sure to tag us in your posts across the social platforms for us to join in the fun too!

What better way to enjoy the season than joining us for the exciting return of Dinos After Dark for 2021 with some fantastic new additions! Get ready to take an adventure through time, visiting the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods at our World of Dinosaurs in moonlight, if you feel brave enough! Night-time entertainment will also be included within the evenings, including Safari Stage shows, The Rex Express and even some meet and greets from the prehistoric era. Outdoor play areas, crazy golf, food outlets & shops will be open each night too! This is an event you won’t want to miss out on! 

Dinos After Dark is an exclusive after-hours event running on limited select dates in late October from the 22nd to the 31st. The event will runs from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, with members of Paradise Wildlife Park being offered a discounted ticket price of £12.00, with general admissions tickets at £14.00. Under 2’s will be free to enter at the gate with proof of identification.

Join us for the spooky season and make some Spooktasitc memories!



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