Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park set in 27 acres of mixed woodland, is the wild animal conservation centre of southern Scotland.
A varied collection of nearly 100 animals from all over the world can be seen within the peaceful and natural settings where the woodland has been tailored to provide large and imaginative enclosures.
Open from 1st March to 30th November.
10am to dusk daily (last admission 5.00pm)
Child £5.00 (4-15yrs)
Senior Citizen £6.50
Family £23.00 ( 2 adults & 2 Children )
Wheelchairs: Difficult for wheelchairs to navigate site, but not impossible. Wheelchair users free
PLEASE NOTE THE ROAD TRACK IS NOT MAINTAINED AND HAS AN UNEVEN SURFACE.
The mission of Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park is: ‘To establish a conservation breeding centre for small animals, to conserve wildlife, wildlife habitats and sites of geological importance, to provide opportunities for the public to enjoy and learn about the area they live in.’
There is a constant programme of construction and improvement to facilities for the animals, birds and visitors. Click here to see what facilities the park has to offer. Due to the very nature of the park and land it is situated in, not all paths are wheelchair accessible – especially the woodland walk. As some of our animals are free to roam the park area, dogs and pets are not allowed.
An essential role of the park is the conservation of threatened species. Through it’s captive breeding programmes, it plays an important part in the international effort to conserve rare and endangered species. By buying a ticket to visit us we can do so much more so……
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