Shepreth Wildlife Park is one of East Anglia's
major attractions participating in endangered breeding
programmes, and raising over £300k for conservation
projects worldwide working alongside Shepreth Wildlife
Conservation Charity. Today, there are over 100
species to see and meet with keeper talks and demonstrations every half hour throughout the day.
Where is Shepreth Wildlife Park located?
Shepreth Wildlife Park neighbours Shepreth Railway Station and travelling via railway is a great way to visit the park! There are regular train services which run to Shepreth – just a few minutes from either Cambridge or Royston, on the Cambridge - London Kings Cross line.
When using SAT NAVs, please input the complete address, rather than only the postcode for the accuracy of location; the park is in the village of Shepreth, next to the train station.
Shepreth Wildlife Park
Details on what activities are available at Shepreth Wildlife Park?
The Park sits within in a natural landscape, it offers in and outdoor play zones, warm tropical exhibits and animal encounter sessions. Unique experiences are available for all guests, from hand-feeding the ring-tailed lemurs to being face-to-face with tigers.
The education team at Shepreth Park are passionate about inspiring young people; their ‘Discovery Experience' allows children the experience to develop their knowledge and get up-close to animals with an all-sensory, hands-on bug encounter.
For the extreme animal-lovers, why not try a hand at the real-life animal ‘Keeper Day'? It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to shadow an experienced member of the animal team and get close to nature.
Things to do in the local area?
The park is located only 8 miles south of Cambridge where guests will find many attractions to suit all ages and all people!