Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

Events and things to do throughout the year including Easter Egg Hunts, summer flying displays, Quiz trails around the Park, Halloween Disco and more.

Click here

Make it a birthday to remember with your choice of four themed party rooms with the birthday child’s name displayed on the door.

Click here

What can I expect from my visit?

Welcome to Paradise Park, a haven for wildlife and a great family day out.

  • Summer Opening Times, 7 days a week from 10am to 5:30pm with last entry at 4pm.
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Dogs are not allowed (except official assistance dogs, more here).
  • Paradise Park is no smoking.
  • Free parking.

Booking your tickets in advance is recommended and pre-book online is essential if you want to be sure to include a play session in the big indoor JungleBarn during your visit. Spaces in the JungleBarn are limited to ensure a comfortable level of occupancy.

Protecting our birds
Due to national regulations to prevent the spread of bird flu ‘Avian Influenza’ and to help protect our 1,200 birds, we have a walk-through footbath (like a wet mat) which contains a ministry approved disinfectant against bird flu. All our aviaries are now open.

Face-coverings
Covid cases are still high in Cornwall, please do not visit if you feel unwell. We continue to have screens at shop and café counters and sanitiser stations around the Park. It is your choice to wear a face covering during your visit including in our indoor areas, but it is no longer compulsory.

WHATS ON and SAFETY MEASURES

  • We have a collection of over 1,200 birds including many rare and beautiful parrots, Humboldt’s penguins, Caribbean flamingos, Red-billed Cornish choughs, Golden and Bald eagles, kookaburras, hornbills, toucans and so many more. Plus, beautiful Red pandas, rare Red squirrels and very cute tiny Harvest Mice and farm animals.
  • To use the Indoor JungleBarn Play Centre please book ‘PARK & JUNGLEBARN’ tickets. See the booking page for more info.
  • The Paradise Island outdoor play area is open.
  • Bug and Butterfly Quest – runs until 26th July. A fun way to explore the amazing world of insect life. Search out the questions around Paradise Park to learn about colourful butterflies, barmy bugs and creepy insects. Answer all the questions and claim your special reward.
  • DAILY EVENTS
    For full details of the current Daily Events please click HERE.
    Penguin feeding time and talk. Enjoy the Keepers talk about Humboldt’s Penguins, every morning and afternoon at their pool in the walled garden.
    ‘Flight of the Rainbows’ You can buy some nectar (£1.25) and feed the little parrots and get an amazing close-up experience in the walk-through ‘Australian Aviaries’ in the walled garden.
    Free flying Scarlet Macaws, the colourful and noisy flock of parrots will fly free out of their aviary at around 10:30am (weather permitting) and will be at liberty for a few hours during the day – listen for their call bell.
    The ‘Eagles of Paradise Display. Watch birds of prey including eagles, owls, and a vulture fly free near the Fun Farm
    The Free Flying Bird Show‘ during the afternoon, where our presenters will tell you about the amazing birds at the Park with birds flying free from the stage and across the lawn.
  • NEW Fun Farm Tractor has just arrived in time for summer play!
    Fun Farm Tractor 2
  • The ‘Tropics’ is our new open-air development which is home to tropical birds in spacious flights and a walk-through aviary.
  • Our walk through ‘Pets Corner’ with rabbits and guinea pigs is open.
  • We have 150 little bags of ‘Goat and Sheep Food’ which are 50p and available on entry.
  • On good weather days Zebedee, the Jungle Express Train, will be out for a spin! You board the train near the picnic lawn and set off through the gardens of Glanmor House. It is just a small route of two circuits around the house grounds (not the whole Park) including the top section of Parrot Jungle, a trip through a tunnel leading to behind the scenes around the back of the house. For train times please check when you arrive. There is a small charge of £1 per person.
  • Our Gift Shop is open from 10am to 5pm.
  • The Otter Pool Café is open for a range of foods including pasties, sandwiches, baked potatoes, paninis plus biscuits and cakes (please note the menu may vary).  You can sit in the café or take outside to use the picnic tables and benches around the Park. You’re welcome to bring your own food and drink and make use of our picnic areas.
  • You’re welcome to bring your own mobility scooter or wheelchair. If you would like to borrow one of our mobility scooters, please call the shop on 01736 751023 so we can reserve it for you. . Our Access Statement is available here.

JUNGLEBARN PLAY

  • You can use the JungleBarn during your booked session time only. You are welcome to arrive before or stay after your JungleBarn session within our opening times, to enjoy the Park.
  • What clothing to wear. To play on the equipment wear socks, and clothing to cover your arms/legs while on the slides.
  • Children must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult (16 years+).
  • Covid cases are still high in Cornwall, please do not visit if you feel unwell. It is your choice to wear a face covering during your visit including in our indoor areas but it is no longer compulsory.
  • Please use hand sanitising stations on your way in to the centre and encourage your children to use them.
  • Please observe the signage we have around the building; it is designed to keep you & our staff safe.
  • You will see staff working in our café, cleaning around the building & supervising certain areas, please respectfully keep your distance from them even when engaging in conversation.
  • The temperature within the JungleBarn may be lower than previously due to extra ventilation so be prepared to wrap up warm if you are sitting at a table.

We do our best to keep the information on our website completely up to date, but sometimes that is not 100% possible – we have all experienced how quickly things can change. You may find that on the day you visit we’ve had to make changes but will do our best to make sure this does not affect the enjoyment of your day.

What can I do to help?

Our staff will be on hand, but we can all do our bit to help keep everyone safe. Please read below.

Additional measures during coronavirus

  • Do not visit if any member of your household has symptoms of coronavirus.
  • Follow Government guidance on vulnerable groups.
  • Keep two metres between you and other households.
  • Follow any one-way system and queuing procedures.
  • Wash your hands regularly and use our hand sanitiser.
  • Please give our animal keepers space to do their job. If you see a keeper approaching, please ensure you keep a two metre distance. Thank you.

Our code of conduct

  • Follow instructions given by staff.
  • Follow advice and instructions on signs.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Supervise children and vulnerable adults in your care.
  • Please use the bins provided for litter.
  • Consider others when taking photos.
  • Don’t go beyond any enclosure barriers, or into areas marked ‘closed’ or ‘staff only’.
  • Birds and mammals must not be fed except where we have provided the food.
  • Wear suitable clothing and footwear.
  • Dogs – Sorry dogs are not allowed in the Park, except guide dogs. Please read our Access Statement here.

Go to our Admission page HERE for information, prices and to BOOK YOUR TICKETS.
We look forward to seeing you soon!

Facebook Twitter Youtube Pinterest Instagram