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 650 birds and animals to see around the park grounds, this is a must-visit.
- 'Parrot Jungle' walk with pools and boardwalks
- Daily feeding times with penguins, otters and in the summer flying displays with eagles, owls and parrots and more.
- The Mini Jungle Express train when weather allows
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
Checkout Things to do at the Bird in Hand
Claim your mini egg treat at Paradise Park this Easter!
The Easter Holidays are a great time to visit and catch up with all your favourite birds and animals. And if there’s one place you are guaranteed to find plenty of eggs, it’s Paradise Park! Whether it is of the chocolate kind, or spring hatchlings popping out everywhere!
Bring the family and enjoy hunting around the Park spotting clues along the way – you might even spot some dinosaur eggs! Complete the trail, find the answers to the questions and claim your free mini egg treat.
Keeper Sarah-Jayne Cooke comments “Easter sees the beginning of the ‘Eagles of Paradise Display’ and the ‘Free Flying Bird Show’, giving you the chance to get up close and see macaws, owls and eagles flying just above your head!”
If you have energy to burn then there is no better place than the huge indoor JungleBarn with giant slides, suspended rope bridge, lots of climbing and sliding and toddlers zone with ball fountain.
The Otter Pool Cafe offers light lunches including homemade specials, local pasties, a wonderful selection of homemade cakes and Cornish cream teas.
And if one day is not enough, then the new season of Return Tickets starts on the 1st April. So visit once after 1st April at standard entry prices, buy a Return Ticket for £3.99 before you leave, and you can keep buying Return Tickets at the discount price every time you visit until 25th March 2018.
For more information on daily events and much more, please visit www.paradisepark.org.uk