Paradise Park and JungleBarn
Set around sheltered Victorian gardens, Paradise Park is home to tropical birds plus otters, red pandas, red squirrels and a fantastic fun farm. It’s perfect for animal-lovers, garden-lovers and is great for energetic young children.
Featuring an all weather JungleBarn indoor play centre plus over 1,000 birds including eagles, parrots, owls, flamingos, hornbillls plus Red pandas, Otters, farm animals, Red squrriels to see around the park grounds, this is a must-visit.
- Penguin photocalls in the summer season (Easter to October)
- All year round family fun in the JungleBarn indoor play centre (discount entry after 3pm in the winter. Please see the Park's website for full details.)
- Daily feeding times with penguins, otters and in the summer see flying displays with eagles, owls and parrots and more.
- Close encounters at the summer shows and daily events
- The Mini Jungle Express train in the summer, weather permitting.
- 'Parrot Jungle' walk with pools and boardwalks.
Home of the World Parrot Trust charity, Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary is a great choice for a day out - worthwhile conservation work and entertaining for all ages. The JungleBarn has four wildlife-themed rooms great for birthday parties - call for a party pack to the JungleBarn direct on 01736 758721. Open all year at 10am. Infoline: (01736) 751020
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2014/15 - Wildlife and Marine Attraction of the Year - Bronze Award
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2016/2017 - Wildlife Friendly Business Toursim Award - Highly Commended
FREE PARKING – plenty of parking is available
RED PANDA WEEKEND 21st and 22nd September
Become a ‘Red Panda Ranger’ during this special weekend event!Meet the keepers at 2.30pm for a special talk, ask questions and fingers crossed see the Red Pandas come down from the trees. Mask making kits, colouring pictures, gifts to buy, and a prize draw for a cuddly toy Red Panda!
The event is in aid of the ‘Red Panda Network’, which is establishing the world’s first protected area dedicated to red pandas. The Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung (PIT) Red Panda Protected Forest has the densest population of red pandas in Nepal and is part of the Kangchenjunga Singhalila Complex: one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. It is threatened by human population growth and expanding development. Community projects including tree planting is underway to improve the habitat for Red Pandas.
Paradise Park’s staff have fundraised and run the very popular ‘Red Panda Experiences’ and so far (at time of posting this event) Paradise Park has donated over £8,960 to this project.
Find out more about Red Panda Experiences here
More event details available on the website www.paradisepark.org.uk