Wildlife Park in County Cork
Wildlife Park in County Cork

Wildlife Park in County Cork

Funstackers! If seeing the animal kingdom sounds like a fun activity, then a trip to Fota Wildlife Park is the place for you! Come along and meet all of the beautiful animals that live there. Whether it’s birds or mammals you’re after, there is something to fascinate and amaze everyone who visits. With everything from lions, cheetahs and tigers to monkeys, baboons and gibbons, and penguins, peacocks and pelicans to eagles, ostriches and flamingos, you can easily spend a whole day in the park learning all about these breathtaking creatures!

Where can I see and learn about amazing animals in County Cork?

Visit Fota Wildlife Park and get up close to a huge variety of animals from all over the world!

Take part in their Wild Experiences to get up close to some endangered animals and use the opportunity to feed them! The Park’s Rangers will be able to teach you all about the animals including their habitat, diet and behaviours. You can also learn how you can help protect these endangered species to prevent them from going extinct. The park has great facilities including a cafe and a gift shop! Fota Wildlife Park has been voted in the top 25 zoos in Europe, so don’t hesitate to add this activity to your Stack today!

  • Adult | €17.20
  • Child | €11.90
  • Student/Senior | €12.90
  • Toddlers | Free
  • Monday – Sunday | 10:00 – 16:30

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