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Wild Nights return by popular demand! At Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

PUBLISHED: 17:54 29 June 2012 | UPDATED: 21:34 20 February 2013

Wild Nights return by popular demand! At Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Wild Nights return by popular demand! At Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Have you ever wondered what the animals get up to out of hours? Well here's your chance to find out! Back by popular demand, 'Wild Nights' are back on 4th & 11th August. Where you can get a guided V.I.P. tour of the Park after hours (7-9pm)

Have you ever wondered what the animals get up to out of hours? Well here's your chance to find out! Back by popular demand, 'Wild Nights' are back on 4th & 11th August. Where you can get a guided V.I.P. tour of the Park after hours (7-9pm) by one of knowledgeable Keepers. You'll get to feed some of the animals and ask the Keeper questions. During the evening also get chance to have a glass of Pimms or soft drink while the sunsets!


Hereis some feedback from last year...


'I've been coming to the Park every year since the age of about 2-3 and this was by far the most amazing experience yet. (Age 20)'


'Enjoyed the evening immensely, especially feeding the Giraffes, another highlight was being so close to the reptiles, felt magical the darker it got. Thank you.'


'The staff were very friendly and informative, and seemed to enjoy the evening as much as the visitors.'


Entry is by ticket only, which can be bought on our website. Tickets are Adults 25, Children/Seniors 20. Season Ticket holders: Adults 20, Children/Seniors 15


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