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16th May, 2022

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park ready to reopen

THE Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park reopens to the public tomorrow for the first time since March.

The venue on the Pershore Road, – by Canon Hill Park and formerly called the Birmingham Nature Centre – boasts red pandas, wallabies, capybara, lynxes, spider monkeys, tamarins, lemurs, porcupines, meerkats and more.

The park is open from 10am to 4pm everyday and social distancing and safety measures will be in place.

The Nocturnal House, Loris House and Reptile House will remain closed for the time being.

Booking is essential and tickets are available by calling 0121 472 5488.

Click below to see the venue’s latest Facebook video and forĀ  visit the Facebook page.

Reopening Information

**REOPENING 3RD AUGUST – PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL**Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park will be reopening to the public on Monday 3rd August. Numbers are limited, and pre-booking is essential. We are currently taking bookings for 3rd to the 7th August.Pre-book by calling us on 0121 472 5488. A non-refundable payment will be taken when you pre-book. Phone lines are open between 10AM and 4PM. Please be patient with us, we are doing all we can to get you booked in.Please note that the Nocturnal House, Loris House and Reptile House will remain closed for the time being.Please watch the video attached to this post for information on what to do and expect on your visit.We look forward to seeing you soon!

Posted by Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Wednesday, 29 July 2020

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