Cotswold Wildlife Park and GardensGet directions
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens is a great day out for the whole family. It’s so rare that a zoo allows dogs in, so this is a real treat for any curious dogs.
There’s plenty of car parking at the site, you only need to pay for entry (dogs go free!) Dogs are allowed in a lot of the zoo, except for the indoor animal enclosures, the restaurant and gift shop. If your pup loves new adventures, they can meet the penguins, lions, giraffes and hop on the train that circles the park!
Check out our blog for Winnie’s adventures – her favourite animals were the penguins, closely followed by the colobus monkeys – who actually came to the window of their enclosure when Winnie jumped up to have a look!
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AddressCotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
ParkingFree car parking. You just need to pay for entry to the park and gardens
Paws for thoughtDogs need to be on a lead at all times and there are a few places they cannot go such as certain animal enclosures, restaurant and gift shop
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