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“Enjoyable park”

Manor Wildlife Park
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Reviewed 3 October 2018

Visited here and had a lovely couple of hours feeding the wallaby's and enjoying seeing the animals in nice large spaces. The red pandas are beautiful. There were quite a few enclosures in which you could walk with the animals including the lemurs and goats. Enjoyed a lovely couple of hours, the only downside is it's not very large so you can't spend the day there as we were planning but only a couple of hours but still an enjoyable time. Cost £13.

Thank Michelle B
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Reviewed 3 October 2018 via mobile

Marvellous Manor park wildlife zoo!
Yesterday our class went to Manor park wildlife zoo because our topic is predator, and we wanted to see some animals that you don’t see everyday. All together we enjoyed and would definitely go again!

Rosie - Year 4

1  Thank simongemine69
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Reviewed 3 October 2018

Yesterday, our class went to Manor wildlife park zoo, near Tenby. We went because we wanted to see different animals and because our class topic is Predators . First, we saw a Red Panda but a Red Panda isn't a usual Panda that you would think it is. A Red Panda is a small animal.We also saw Gibbons,Tigers, Rhinos,Giant Rabbits,Meerkats,Goats,Warty Pigs,Lemurs and Wallaby's. We loved that part! And we got to stroke the animals [not the Tigers- L.O.L].There is a play area and a cafe next to it and there are picnic benches. You can buy your own food or you can bring a picnic.My opinion is that Manor wildlife park zoo is amazing.I would recommend it to children and adults. My favourite animal was the Meerkats because they were so cute and fluffy!!

3  Thank AbbeyPrimary
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Reviewed 3 October 2018

We came here during a weekday, not so great weather, so the zoo was nice and quiet..good for us for walking at own pace...

They owners who bought it in 2008 wanted to creat a spacious environment for the animals in their care....and they are succeeding.....and doing a cracking job!

I love walking into the wallaby enclosure, feeding them..although why they are little fattys I don’t know...lol.......

Loved the red pandas, lemurs, farm animals..to be honest I could write a list of animals,...but .......

What I would suggest is go for a visit, you won’t be disappointed....

Thank Clare W
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Reviewed 28 September 2018

The people who put “ok” are clearly not really into animals or wildlife, why bother coming to a place like this in that case? It exceeded our expectations. Always a bonus to have glorious sunshine but plenty for kids to do on a rainy day if such is your luck. How you could do the whole park in an hour beats me - I am guessing they didn’t realise you could actually enter the wallaby enclosure, the giant rabbits, the African Village and the lemur enclosure, in which case you might be able to race around the park in an hour without actually seeing much - just nonsense! You get wallabies coming right up to you and gently taking prescribed food from you. You can stroke them and also the giant rabbits and Camaroon sheep and goats. The lemurs you can get up close but not touch - we got so close that I almost got pooed on as a lemur hung over our heads in a holly tree. The gibbons were fantastic, clearly blissfully happy and their singing was unforgettable. The park itself was beautiful with lots of interesting features, flora and fauna. It felt very natural with many animals getting to live similarly to in the wild, not just one species per enclosure, lots of trees and natural surroundings. We loved Folly Farm, but Manor Park was a lovely contrast and just as good in its own way, if not better for atmosphere. We found the food was good and the coffee exceptional in flavour (we had latte). Wasp traps helped to ensure a low-hassle lunch under the honeysuckle canopy and the wandering peacocks begging for scraps was a bonus. The childs play areas were much appreciated by our 5 year old - very hot in the domes but that can’t be helped really. So much space to play. Really there were so many features I have run out of time to rave about them all. Thanks to all the staff for a really memorable day and don’t change! This place has personality!

Thank tynl0n
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