Wildwood in Herne Bay has over 200 native animals set in 40 acres of ancient woodland and its conservation projects aim to save our most endangered native mammals. It is a great day out, you can walk around the site and see deer, birds, boars, rodents, snakes, mice, foxes, wolves, and a host of other animals in their natural habitats. If you want to find out more there are talks and experiences so you can participate in to find out about the animals and Wildwood's work. There is a play area with Kent's largest drop slide, a wild fort to explore and lots more.

Opening Hours
Last entry 4pm.

Members: Free
With Gift Aid/Without
Adult (18 years+): £15/£13.64
Child -3-17 years: £12/£10.91
Senior: £14/£12.73
Student: £14/£12.73
Family - up to 2 adults + 2 children.: £45/£40.91
Under 3 years: Free
Carer: Free
Under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times when at Wildwood.
Memberships available.
Experiences: From £30
Come by train, bus or bike and get half price off standard ticket.

Triangle bus route between Canterbury and Herne Bay, on the A291. Ask for Wildwood.

Free wheelchair and mobility scooter loans available on request. If you use a guide dog please contact the Wildwood office so they can arrange assistance at no extra charge.

Advisory Notes
Please note that coach and mini-bus parking is strictly limited to off-peak visits only.

Cafe • Shop • Free Parking • Toilets

Picture Credit: © Wildwood Trust.

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