Lake District Wildlife Park
5 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Really good place for families as there is a fab amount of wildlife in natural surroundings.
Lots and lots of unusual animals, including Mia cats, so funny to watch. Cafe on site. Look to spend several hours here, its a bit if a day out.
At the Lake District Wildlife there are over 100 species of animals to meet from the Boa Constrictor to Zebras to Meercats. Fun for everyone!
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“The Crashing Wave display is one no one will forget. Intermittently, a wave crashes down onto the rocks of the display. This provides an ideal home for species such as Sea-Bass who love to be amongst the choppy waves. These waves also pull oxygen into the water allowing the fish to keep happy & healthy. This display is also home to Turbot who subtly blend into the bed of the tank and large lobsters that burrow away in corners and between rocks! The Shark & Ray Pool is a great display of native shark & skate species as well as Wrasse, Turbot, Plaice & even a couple of Conger Eels hiding within the rocks! The Rays are very sociable and will often come up to the surface to get some attention.”
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Point of Interest
“Keswick's Theatre by the Lake. Check their website for shows which coincide with your stay.”
- 28 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Aldi offers free parking and is great for a top up of basic foods for your visit.”
- 2 locals recommend
“This is an absolutely stunning place to visit. The view from the top of the hill past Ashness Bridge just cannot be described & you have to see for yourself. Parking is available, run by the National Trust, & charges will apply. ”
- 6 locals recommend