We are closed on 25th and 26th December every year.
The cafe closes at at the same time as last entry.
The shop closes a few minutes after last entry.
To support Wildwood Trust’s conservation projects, which include our ground breaking projects with bison, chough, beavers, and other of our most endangered native mammals. Your ticket includes a 10% voluntary contribution. This money is vital to our efforts to help protect Britain’s most threatened wildlife.
Soon you will be able to buy your entry ticket online, but until then, please pay on arrival and there is no need to book beforehand.
Disabled visitors pay the relevant child, adult or senior price, and their carer goes free. Free carers must be accompanied by at least one paying visitor.
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult at all times when at Wildwood.
Prices excluding the voluntary contribution are Adult £13.64, Child £10.91, Senior/Student £12.73 and family £40.91.
Gift Aid means we can receive a contribution of 25% of your total ticket price, when it includes the 10% voluntary contribution, from the tax you have already paid to the government. Gift Aid claims can only made in respect of UK taxpayers, where the amount of income tax and/or capital gains tax is at least equal to the tax that will be reclaimed on your donations in the tax year.
Becoming a member
To join as a Wildwood member, either join online or simply ask in the shop when you arrive at the park.
All children aged 16 and under must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult. We reserve the right to refuse entry to any parties where we believe the level of adult supervision for the number of children to be inadequate and safety or the enjoyment of the park will be compromised. As a general guideline this is a minimum of one adult for 8 children or one adult to 5 children if under the age 5.
Wildwood Kent is an exciting environment where nature provides an enjoyable challenge for everyone. Consistent with this ‘natural’ approach, we do our best to provide access for all. Some of the wilderness paths are left in their original state and are only partially accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets are located in the park.
We reserve the right to refuse admission or ask anyone to leave the park if we believe safety or the enjoyment of the park for other users to be compromised by their behaviour, actions or items/equipment that they wish to bring into the park. This includes but is not limited to bikes, scooters and skateboards.
Play facilities throughout the park are provided for the enjoyment of children under responsible adult supervision. Wildwood Kent cannot be held responsible for injuries sustained by children in your care as a consequence of misbehaviour and/or improper use of the equipment. If you see someone misbehaving or someone in trouble, please talk to a member of staff.