Kincraig • By Kingussie • Inverness-shire PH21 1NL | Web
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A unique attraction, run by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland where visitors can discover Scotland's wildlife as well as endangered animals of the world's mountain and tundra regions.
In the Main Reserve you can drive through the animal enclosures in your car. Here you will see European bison, yak, Bactrian camels, Tibetan wild ass, red deer, European forest reindeer, European elk and one of the world's rarest mammals, the Przewalski horse.
After leaving the Main Reserve, you will have the chance to explore the rest of the Park on foot. Look out for our stunning Amur tigers in their wonderful enclosure and join the keepers as they feed Walker, our polar bear. Discover our wolves in the “Wolf Wood”, red pandas, Himalayan blue sheep, pine marten, snow monkeys, arctic foxes and our own "Scottish tiger", the Scottish wildcat.
The Park is open all year round and there are daily feeding times and seasonal events. Visit our Wildthings Gift shop for a souvenir of your visit and enjoy a hot or cold snack in our Antlers Cafe. Discounted online tickets are available and great value Season Passes can be purchased on arrival.
The Park is open daily all year round at 10.00 hrs. Last entry is one hour before closing.
From April to June and from September to October we close at 17.00 hrs.
From July to August at 18.00 hrs.
From November to March at 16.00 hrs (in winter, we may have to close because of ice or snow).
PRICES (from the 1st April 2011 to 31st March 2012)
Adult £14.00 | Seniors, Students & Disabled £11.50 | Children £10.00. Pre-booked groups please ring for prices.