Arctic Fox Experience
Running between October and April, our Arctic Fox Experience allows you to get up close and personal with our two Arctic Foxes – Teddy and Lyra. You’ll be granted exclusive access into their enclosure where you’ll learn all about the Arctic Fox and will be feeding them their main meal of the day.Find out more and book now
Wildwood Bear Experiences are a unique opportunity to meet and learn all about Wildwood’s two rescued bears with exclusive behind the scenes access. Walk through the bears’ large enclosure to scatter a feed, before meeting the bears and giving them a treat in their smaller enclosure. Then let them out into their large enclosure, where they will sniff out and hunt down the scattered food.Find out more and book now
Wildwood Wolf Experiences are a unique opportunity to meet and learn all about Wildwood’s family of six European grey wolves with exclusive behind the scenes access. Participants will learn all about this intelligent species before getting up close to our pack and helping to feed them through the wire of their enclosure.Find out more and book now
Wildwood Lynx Experiences are a unique opportunity to meet Cara and Shria, our lynx sisters. Go behind the scenes to feed them their morning meal, before learning more about these beautiful cats.Find out more and book now
Wildwood is offering the opportunity to take close-up photos of our animals with our resident photographer Dave Butcher. You can see some of Dave’s photos in our restaurant and gift shop. Photographers of all skill levels will have the chance to get close to and photograph British animals, with Dave on hand to give help and advice on how to get those special shots. Different animals will be photographed across the day, with animal feeds for the more elusive animals to help you get close views.Find out more and book now
Find out exactly what it’s like to look after wild animals with our Junior Zoo Keeper Experiences. Aimed at children with a keen interest in becoming a zoo keeper or working with animals later in life. Participants will go behind the scenes at Wildwood for an introduction to the world of the zoo keeper and will learn how we make sure that our animals are well fed, interested and cared for.
During the morning (10am – 12noon), the Junior Zoo Keepers will distribute a feed and meet an animal. Other skills learned include how to make an animal’s life more exciting, tool use, animal feed preparation and basic health and safety.