Open 9:30am - 5pm, 7 days a week

Plan Your Visit

Fancy a day out?

Plan your visit to Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, home to swearing parrots and majestic big cats. Explore our park map and meet our residents: meerkats, lemurs, tigers, lions, and more. Enjoy thrilling animal encounters and experiences for all ages.

Find directions, accessibility info, animal feed and talk times, and up-to-date pricing with discounts for groups and schools. For any questions, our friendly staff are here to help.

Get ready for an unforgettable wildlife adventure, perfect for families and animal lovers alike!


Opening Times

Monday 9.30am–5pm
Tuesday 9.30am–5pm
Wednesday 9.30am–5pm
Thursday 9.30am–5pm
Friday 9.30am–5pm
Saturday 9.30am–5pm
Sunday 9.30am–5pm
Last entry is 1 hour before closing

Please note: opening hours will change during the Winter months.


from £14.95

16 – 59yrs


from £10.50

3 – 15yrs. Under 3’s: FREE

School Group

from £7.00pp

Discover the Park

Find out more about the park, animal areas, talks and guided tours.

Animal Talks

Lemurs: 11:00am
Tigers: 11:45am
Tapir: 13:15pm
Meerkats: 14:00pm
Parrots: 14:30pm

Park Trail

Join our Mr. Macaws park trail for £1.50 and get a prize at the end!
Just ask at reception!

Animal Feed

Feed our birds & Meerkats today!
£2.00 each or 4 for £7.
Collect it from the diner before you start.  

How to Find Us

We are located just a short drive along the A52 from the Seaside resort of Skegness or  Boston and from the A16 at Stickney, to Friskney PE22 8PP. 


Planned Road closures:

  • Spilsby Road at Midville is CLOSED. Please follow the A52 from Boston or Skegness to Eaudyke Road, Friskney to get to us. Although there are road closure signs in place, we are still accessible from that direction. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Need Transport?


Here’s a couple of alternative options, if you’re unable to get to us in a car:

Call Connect is a local mini bus service that picks up from Skegness train station and will bring you to us and back again for the same price as a bus fare. They operate from Monday – Saturday and must be booked in advance by calling 0345 234 3344

1st Choice Cabs is our recommended taxi company if you’re coming by train and need a taxi to us from Wainfleet, Skegness or Boston. Call them on 01754 456456

The local Lincs Bus service is available, but does not drop off directly at or near the Park unfortunately. Therefore, the nearest stop from this service is Friskney village centre, with a two mile (approx) walk to the Park from there.


Lincolnshire Wildlife Park,
Dickonhill Road,
PE22 8PP


Email: Click Here

Our Residents

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is one of the UK’s largest animal sanctuaries. Our residents come from all walks of life and from all over the world. We have an amazing array of animals that our dedicated keepers work with daily, from Tigers to Parrots and lots in between!

If there’s a certain species you’re interested in, then take a look below to learn more about them, as well as some interesting facts about the species in general! 

Did you know? You can also adopt an animal! Click here for info!





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Who’s Next?


Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is a unique visitor attraction and tries to cater for all our visitors needs where possible. We try to offer the most up-to-date facilities and services, helping to make your experience with us a comfortable and enjoyable one. If you need any advice or have any suggestions about the facilities on offer, then please visit our  enquiries page to get in touch and we would be happy to help where we can.

A uniquely designed family refuelling spot, The Rainforest Diner serves a wide variety of hot & cold food to suit everyone. With plenty of indoor & outdoor seating for large or small parties, sit back in a relaxing environment & watch our latest park news on the TV’s while the children explore the vivariums! Check out our Facebook page or use the contact form to see the menu!

Baby/Child Facilities

We have fully equipped facilities for baby changing, with a station in our ladies toilets as well as in our disabled toilet for universal changing. Pushchairs can be left in the reception courtyard, however all belongings and children are the responsibility of the parent/guardian while on the premises. For added security, we have a “lost child” point outside our reception offices.

Children’s Play Area

Newly installed in 2020! Our play area has had a revamp with an amazing new pyramid climbing frame and natural safe-wood activity frames. The area has ample seating benches in fun, vibrant colours for picnics. It is situated near The Rainforest Diner so you could grab a take-away drink, meal or snack to enjoy while the children play.

Walkthrough Aviaries

We now have two aviaries which are by far the most popular parts of your visitor experience. Enter the world of parrots by taking some treats into the aviary and feed over 100 free flying birds that will have no worries in making you their feeding perch. Time and time again you will enter to be with these wonderful birds! Take a great snap and post it on our social media pages using #lincswildlifepark

Animal Snax

At Lincolnshire Wildlife Park we give you the opportunity for a real one-to-one experience with our birds and animals. We have a brand new Snax Shack next door to The Rainforest Diner where you can buy treats for the parrots, walk-through aviary, meerkats and the fish in Ivanvale lake. All of our treats are £2.00 each or 4 for £7, and you can get some great photos as they come over to eat them!

Gift / Souvenir Shop

Visit our fully stocked ‘Zoovenir’ gift shop within The Rainforest Diner before you leave for the day. It’s full of all things parroty for that special little memento of your fun day out. If its not parrots you are thinking of then don’t worry, there’s 100’s of wild gifts to suit everyone from Nanny or Grandad down to little sister and to suit all pockets. Why not grab a sandwich to-go or perhaps a hot or cold drink for the journey too!

 Ivanvale Nature Reserve

The Ivanvale Nature Reserve is a wonderful conservation project that has been created by the charity as an added feature for visitors. Situated in 11 acres of Lincolnshire countryside, we have planted over 8,000 trees of many indigenous species to encourage as much wildlife as possible. The trees are situated around a fabulous lake, where all manner of birds are arriving and making it their home annually.

Wild4Learning Hub

If you’re Wild4Learning, then visit our Volunteer Head Fundraiser Eileen in the hub for fun and games! With tombola’s, raffles, gifts and activities, it’s a great stop-off on your journey around the park. Plus, you can view our Otter and Tapir enclosure through the viewing windows, for a different angle on these wonderful animals. All proceeds made in the hub are donated to the animals!

(Open during peak times only)

Changing Places

Opened on Wed 19th July 2023, the park is proud to offer a wonderful Changing Places space at the park. This space will open the doors for all to have a comfortable visit, no matter if they have complex needs or requirements. The area is equipped with adult changing facilities, hoist and all the necessary equipment for a comfortable and enjoyable day out. There is also a dedicated room for offering high quality first aid to our visitors. Find this space next to The Rainforest Diner as you enter the park.

Subscribe & Save

You can now subscribe to our Facebook page, to receive exclusive benefits and discounts on visits! Subscribers receive 20% off entry to the park, as well as special weekly discounts on other experiences that the charity offers and exclusive content. Not only this, but every penny goes to the animals, so you’re doing something worthwhile for the residents too! Hop over to Facebook to subscribe and start saving now. 

Exclusive Merchandise!

The park now has a full range of different t-shirt designs and merchandise for you to select your favourite animal and wear them or display them with pride… including our infamous swearing parrots!

Whether you love big cats, the cheeky lemurs or Cecil the tapir, take a look at the full range here and then call the park to get it posted straight to your door!

Adopt an Animal!

Order an adoption pack straight to your door or pick it up when you next visit!

All adoption packs include a box full of goodies and information about your favourite animal, stationery, an annual pass and a cuddle version of them!

Take a look at the full range of adoption packs HERE!


The park is deemed as fully accessible:

  • disabled parking spaces,
  • ramp access,
  • Absence of steps throughout,
  • disabled conveniences,
  • low viewing points,
  • the Park has a manual wheelchair for those who may need extra assistance around the park,
  • mobility scooters are available to hire for £10 per day. These are subject to availability and it is advised to book in advance by calling Call Us: 01754 820107.
  • brand new for 2023 is our Changing Places space at the park, for those with more complex needs to have a comfortable day out with us.
  • Only Accredited assistance dogs are permitted in the park. For our full policy please click here.

If you have further accessibility requirements, then please contact us before arrival. 


Please Note:

For those with nut allergies, there will be nuts around the park. For those with severe nuts allergies, please ensure you bring medication, and we are happy to offer disposable gloves and masks at reception if you’d like them (please ask on arrival).

We now also house Honey Bees, so please be aware of this if you have any allergies to bee stings. With regret, the park is not able to offer medication or creams, so please bring these with you. 

The Rainforest Diner clearly displays food allergens in line with Natasha’s Law. Please ask a member of staff if you require further information.

We have a nature reserve onsite, full of indigenous trees and plants. Therefore, during high pollen seasons, some visitors may be affected. You are able to avoid this area if necessary, so please ask a member of staff for further information on arrival.

If you have any allergies, then we always suggest bringing medication with you and if you have any concerns then please speak to a member of staff. 



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