Yorkshire Wildlife Park Photos Inside
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a wildlife conservation and rehabilitation center in Branton, South Yorkshire, England.
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park occupies 100 acres of the 260-acre Brockholes Farm Visitor Centre and Riding School site.
It opened in 2009 on the site of Brockholes Farm, a former riding school and petting zoo, and houses 500 animals from 100 different species.
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
As soon as the park opened, it became very popular. In 2009, there were only 66,000 visitors, but in 2011, there were 323,000.
With 475 animals from 60 species, Yorkshire Wildlife Park offers a breathtaking walk-through wildlife adventure.
In 2011 Land of the Tigers opened, visitors view the tigers from a 150-metre (490 ft) raised walkway with the enclosure on one side and wetlands on the other.
Bennett's wallabies, swamp wallabies, African wild dogs, Visayan warty pigs, Bactrian camels, okapi, roloway monkeys, kirk's dik-dik, and various reptiles and invertebrates are also on display.
You can plan your visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park with their park map, which highlights animals, attractions, facilities, dining locations and much more.
One of the largest reserves in the world, Project Polar is at the center of international efforts to save the species.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park has many cafés and restaurants that have a wide range of delicious meals, snacks, and drinks overlooking Yorkshire Wildlife Park.