Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

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Opening Times

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult and Paradise Park is a no smoking area. The days we are open and available to book may be subject to change without notice.

November 2021 to 31st March 2022. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
Booking essential.
Open 10am to 4pm with last entry at 3pm. Please note in the winter we are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays except during School holidays.

Summer Opening Times from 1st April 2022
Booking essential. Open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm with last entry at 4pm.

For further details please see the Admission page HERE


OTTER POOL CAFÉ – please note times may vary
Summer: The Otter Pool Cafe is open from 10am to 4:30pm (hot food served 11:30am to 3pm)
Winter: Open from 10am to 2.30pm on Park opening days.
February Half Term: Open every day during half term 10:30 to 3pm

We have a snack bar in the JungleBarn with tea, coffee, sandwiches, locally made pasties, cream teas. A selection of hot food is available to order from the Otter Pool Cafe during its opening hours.

Summer: Open between 10am to 5pm
Winter: Open between 10am to 3pm

The Jungle Express Train operates throughout the summer months weather permitting. Please check on entry for runing times. On good weather winter days it may also be taken out for a spin!


Open days may be liable to change without notice.

Paradise Park in Hayle, Cornwall entrance


From penguin feeding to the fantastic JungleBarn indoor play to exotic summer gardens, there is plenty to keep you entertained on your visit to Paradise Park.

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‘JungleBarn’ indoor play centre is fabulous fun whatever the weather. Giant slides, challenging soft play and a special toddlers’ zone with ball fountain, you and your kids will want to stay all day.

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Glowing inspection report

“Paradise Park is directly involved in a number of progammes in addition to its charitable arm the World Parrot Trust. The conservation output is incredible, but even more so considering the size of the collection"

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