Opening times today: 10:30am - 4pm. No booking required. Under 3s get in free!

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Plan your visit

No Booking Required

Payment in cash is appreciated, particularly for small items such as animal feed, due to increases in card merchant charges.

Admission prices pay on the door:

  • Adult £12.50
  • Child (Age 3-15) £9.50
  • Under 3 free
  • Senior Citizen £10.50
  • Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children up to 15 years old) £41
  • Annual pass – Adult £46, Children £28
  • Group rates are for groups of 15 + (please contact the park)

 Sorry NO DOGS are allowed in the park due to our animals.


2024 Opening Times

Friday 29th March to Thursday 31st October

Open every day from 10.30am to 4pm

We recommend that you allow at least 2 hours to visit the whole park. Please arrive by 2.30pm to Meet the Owls (see below) and have plenty of time to explore the rest of Porfell.


Talks and Shows

Feed the Meerkats: 12 noon. Pots of food can be purchased for £1 to feed our meerkats, these can be purchased at the talk. Cash only please.

Meet the Owls: 2:30pm (weather dependant). Watch our owls swoop and soar through our main courtyard with a chance to get up close to learn more about them!



Porfell Wildlife Park is a farm so please make sure you wear appropriate footwear because it can get muddy depending on the time of year.  We recommend wearing comfortable shoes or wellies, depending on the weather.

We welcome all types of wheelchairs and mobility vehicles. The site is mostly level but there are some slopes. Accessing the woods is down to your personal discretion as this is a natural path.

Accessible toilets are available, including a baby changing place in each toliet.

Find out more on our FAQs page or if you have any further questions, please get in touch.

Plan of site

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Site map

Google Reviews


Went there today for a short day trip. Overall the sanctuary is amazing with lots of animals and they all seem being taken good care of. Owl show was at 230pm and it was stunning. Children can also consider buying food to feed the animals too (but the goats are currently ill so they can’t be fed). Would love to come again x

- Janice Long Man Chu