I am a Paradise Wildlife Park Blog Ambassador and have been gifted with an annual pass in return. From time to time, I will let you know what events will be coming up at Paradise Wildlife Park.
Christmas is fast approaching and as a blog ambassador for Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxburn Woods, I am so very excited to let you know that Santa Claus will be arriving tomorrow from 10.30am (Saturday 26th November) and you are all welcome! He will then be in his grotto at Paradise from 17th December right up to Christmas Eve. Tickets cost £4.50 for park visitors on top of your normal entrance fee.
Santa not only delivers to humans but also to all of the creatures at Paradise Wildlife Park too, did you know that? Let’s hope the animals have been nice instead of naughty!
In his sleigh pulled by snow white horses, Santa will be opening Paradise’s Christmas Craft Fayre before joining his reindeer in the Park and taking his place in his magical Christmas Grotto! Don’t forget to check out the Christmas Craft Fayre too!
You can visit Santa every weekend at Paradise from the 26th November and every day from the 17th December until Christmas Eve. He will be in his Grotto from 11:30am – 12:30pm and 3:00pm – 4:00pm. He’s in major demand though so please book your place as soon as possible. Tickets cost £4.50 each and can be booked now on the Paradise Wildlife Park Website – and everyone who visits Santa will, of course, receive a present.
A note about Paradise Wildlife Park
Paradise is an award winning, family run Wildlife Park set in the beautiful surroundings of Broxbourne Woods in the Hertfordshire Countryside. It has been voted Hertfordshire’s Top Tourist Attraction and has a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. It is home to over four hundred exotic wild animals and Paradise also offers a huge range of family friendly experiences – On Safari Adventure Golf, Formula Fun, Woodland Railway, Paradise Lagoon, playgrounds, Tumble Jungle and lots more.
They are very proud to be the leading zoo in Europe for animal experiences with over thirty incredibly popular (pre bookable) exotic animal experiences, from ‘Feeding the Big Cats’, ‘Shadowing a Keeper’ and ‘Meeting the Meerkats’ to ‘Tickling a Tapir’! Getting close to the animals and educating through fun and they are deeply proud of its status as an active supporter of animal welfare and conservation.
They have made contributions of over £5,000,000 to conservation projects and wildlife causes in the UK and around the world and are part of the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme with successful African Penguin, Lar Gibbon, Cotton Top Tamarin, Silvery Marmoset & Red Ruff Lemur births in the past year alone. They were also the first zoo in Europe to receive a double Platinum Award for funds raised for the EAZA Tiger Conservation Initiative and are Platinum Award winners for funds raised for the Lemur and Madagascan EAZA appeal and they are an active member of the British, European and World Association of Zoos.