About Manor Wildlife Park
Wales’s only walking safari, Manor Wildlife Park plays host to exotic and endangered animals from across the globe! The park’s innovative walkthrough exhibits allow visitors to come face to face with many of it’s animals. You can feed a wallaby, share a bench with a lemur, come face to face with red pandas and meet gibbons, giant rabbits, Cameroon sheep and pygmy goats.
The park’s strong conservation ethos, and focus on providing more space for it’s animals makes Manor Wildlife Park truly unique. They are currently involved with breeding programmes for Sumatran tigers and southern white rhinos, and both of these species can be seen at the park.
It’s not just the animals that make the park an unforgettable day out, with a giant bouncy castle, indoor play and café serving handmade pizzas, Manor Wildlife Park certainly has something for everyone
Open from December to December.
Open: 7 days a week
10am to 6pm – spring and summer.
10am to 5pm in autumn
10am to 4pm in winter
Admission: Adult 13.95, Child / Concession: £11.95, Under 2’s go free! Pre-booked Group rates: 01646 651201.
Double-Bubble (Jan-Dec) Season Ticket – Adult £27.90, Child 2-17/Over 65/Registered Disabled: £23.90.
Schools: Wildly low rates and free use of ZOOlab and TOOLbox: 01646 651201
- Open All Year
- Baby Changing
- Bottle Warming
- Childrens meals
- Disabled Access
- Groups welcome
- Parking (free)
- VAQAS - Visit Wales - Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme
- Wet Weather attraction
We are on the B4318 Sageston to Tenby Road, at the edge of the village of St Florence, just two miles from Tenby.
If you are using your Sat Nav – use our postcode SA70 8RJ
Bus services operate Monday to Saturday from Tenby. Buses don't run on Sundays or most Bank Holidays (operates Good Friday).
Silcox 360 service
Depart from Tenby at 10.40 or 13.40 – the journey takes 10 minutes.
Return to Tenby at 14.16 or 16.16