Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
Located on Pershore Road, two miles south of Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park homes a wide range of animals, We are currently full members of BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria) and full members of EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria). Through these associations we are proactive participants in a number of high profile EEP’s (European Endangered species Programmes). Some species we are working with are critically endangered in the wild ( Aloatran Gentle Lemurs, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Northern Bald Ibis, Utila Island Iguanas, Cotton Topped Tamarins). We are also raising awareness of the plight of species and their habitats through various initiatives such as the ‘cans for corridors’ campaign. Our new name reflects the fact that we are now focused on helping to save endangered species through involvement in the EEP captive breeding programmes and highlight the plight of the world's biodiversity through our signage, educational talks and campaigns.
Whether you are interested in animal conservation or just having a fun day out with the family, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park offers something for everyone. Come and see the exciting and fun animals. We're nearer than you think!
Volunteering - are you interested in conservation and working with animals? Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park provides an exciting and versatile environment to work as a volunteer. Anyone over 16 years can apply. Please follow this link to find out more or make an application.
Work Placements - if you are still at school you could take the opportunity to find out more about working with animals by applying for a work experience placement at the Park.
Activities for Schools - The Centre provides an ideal opportunity to study many subjects including science, literacy, numeracy and citizenship skills along with offering stimulation for looking at geography, history, art and of course environmental projects. Schools activities are booked through our Ranger Service.
For more information or to make a booking please visit our Ranger Service School Sessions page.
Sponsorship - it is possible to sponsor any of the animals in at the Park. If you are interested in sponsoring, please follow this link.
Visit us at feeding time! - a chance to observe our animal keepers feeding a variety of the animals - great photo opportunty! (Please note times can be subject to change. Please check at reception on the day of your visit.
|Asian Short-Clawed Otters at 11:00am||Asian Short-Clawed Otters at 11:00am||Asian Short-Clawed Otters at 11:00am|
|Porcupines at 11:30am||Porcupines at 12:00am||Porcupines at 12:00pm|
|European Lynx at 12:30pm||European Lynx at 12:30pm||Squirrel Monkeys at 1:00pm|
|Emperor Tamarins at 1:00pm||Squirrel Monkeys at 1:00pm|
|Squirrel Monkeys at 1:05pm|
Why not hire our private function room? For a charge of £15 per hour we provide:
Free entry for 1 organiser, use of tables and chairs for up to 20 children, access to set up/decorate and the use of a CD player. Please note normal admission charges apply. To make an enquiry please follow this link
PLEASE NOTE: We are currently unable to accept any further enquiries or bookings for our 'Keeper For a Day' or 'Animal Encounter' experiences.
Adults accompanying a child under 3 years £5.50
Concessions (Senior citizens, students, passport to leisure holders) £4.50
Child aged 3-15 years inclusive £3.00
Children under 3 FREE
(All children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult)
Family Day Ticket (2 adults & max 3 children aged 3-15 years) £18.00
Family Day Ticket (1 adult & max 3 children aged 3-15 years) £12.50
Season Tickets - Family £70
Season Tickets - Single Adult £50
Season Tickets - Concessionary (Senior citizens, students, passport to leisure holders) £45
There is full access for people with mobility difficulties including wheelchair users. No dogs allowed, except guide dogs. The car park has a number of disabled bays and is close to the main entrance.
Please follow the link for more information about disabled access and facilities available at the Nature Centre (you will be directed to the DisabledGo website).
No's 45 & 47 Pershore Rd.
No's 61 & 62 & 63 Bristol Rd.
To view our location on Google Maps please follow this link.
Our Full Address:
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
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