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Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Dickon Hill Road, Friskney Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 8PP

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is a multi-award-winning attraction in the heart of the countryside; recently winning Visitor Attraction of the Year and the Green Award, in the Skegness Business Awards 2023.

It has become a premier attraction for all ages & a great family day out. The park is a Dementia and Age Friendly business, to reach out to the local community and open doors to all those wanting to get out in the fresh Lincolnshire air.

Just 15 minutes south of Skegness and set within 25 acres of landscaped gardens and natural woodland, you can explore the many wild and endangered species of animal; including Lemurs, Otters, Marmosets, Meerkats, Tapir, Reptiles, Reindeer, Turtles and many more! The Park is also home to a beautiful collection of Bengal Tigers & The Parrot Zoo Trust, one of the largest Parrot rescue centres in the world, housing over 1000 Parrots. The park also offers a home to two majestic White Lion brothers and one of only two Black Leopards on display in the UK.

You can interact with many of the animals by feeding 100’s of parrots as they land on your shoulder within two amazing walkthrough experiences or purchase treats for the cheeky Meerkat family in their Western Town. Animal experiences are also available to book, to gain that amazing up-close and personal feeding experience with the Tigers, Black Leopard, Puma, Lemurs, Meerkats, Tortoises or Tapir!

The Park is fully accessible for wheelchair users, with low viewing points and plenty of picnic areas on the Nature Reserve to stop and refuel. You can also get freshly cooked meals, drinks and snacks from The Rainforest Diner, while the children play happily on the adventure playground. With the fully stocked gift shop, there is a special memento waiting for yourself or a loved one to take home.

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Opening Times

March - October

Open Daily

9.30 - 17.00

Last entry is 1 hour before closing

November - February

Open Daily

9.30 - 16.00

Last entry is 1 hour before closing


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Family (2 adults + 2 children)


Family (2 adults + 3 children)


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Child (3-15 years)


Child (under 3)




Family (2 adults + 2 children)


Family (2 adults +_ 3 children)




Car Parking

Picnic Site

Baby Changing

Disabled Access


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