Suffolk Wildlife Park Zoos

Suffolk Wildlife Park
NE33 7SL


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It was the vision of Park Director Martin Goymour, when Banham Zoo acquired Suffolk Wildlife Park some 13 years ago, to create an African themed Park. The plans included the creation of a breathtaking centre-piece that would become the very heart of Suffolk Wildlife Park, where the sights and sounds of nature's magnificent creatures would come together to stimulate and engage the visitors, bringing Africa Alive!

Voted Top Suffolk Family Attraction 2003 by The Good Britain Guide

Our tranquil parkland, with its enigmatic marshland backdrop, warmly embraces the fantastic sights and awesome sounds of African wildlife, providing an ideal habitat for the wide variety of species whose origins are of the far distant African continent. Not many are fortunate enough to be able to travel to the far corners of the Earth to experience and enjoy the few remaining truly wild places and the animals that reside there. Suffolk Wildlife Park provides you with an opportunity of experiencing for yourself at close proximity the animals found naturally in the 'dark continent' of Africa.

The Family Safari Adventure

Africa is right on your doorstep, come and enjoy a walking family safari through 80 acres of dramatic coastal parkland and discover lions, giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs and hundreds more African animals, from aardvarks to zebras!

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VenueSuffolk Wildlife Park
AddressKessingland, Kessingland, Suffolk, NE33 7SL
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Attraction typeZoos

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