Paradise Wildlife Park is excited to announce that Christmas is coming to town!
Santa has worked his magic this year and for the holiday season has made the entry ticket to Paradise even more special, with entry to Paradise including a visit to Santa himself! You will have the opportunity to meet Santa at his magical grotto and have your photo taken with Santa throughout the day. You’ll be able to visit Santa every weekend starting from the 27th of November and then every day from the 18th to the 24th of December.
With all the animals and dinosaurs getting ready to welcome you with a season’s greetings and the Park to be dressed in the festive spirit. There is nowhere else you’d want to be this magical festive season. From seasonal treats and festive music to our fantastic 20ft Christmas tree! Paradise will make sure this festive season will be full of laughter and joy. Don’t forget to visit Santa’s reindeer in our Woodland Walk too. Santa will be joining in the fun throughout the day so make sure you make it a season to remember with loads of magic and fun!
Head to Paradise Wildlife Park website to book tickets for Christmas now!
Santa’s Grotto is a first-come, first-served queuing system and we cannot guarantee everyone will be able to meet Santa on the day of your visit. All Park tickets must be booked prior to arrival.
Visit Hertfordshire’s No.1 Outdoor Attraction Paradise Wildlife Park. Explore our NEW Land of the Tigers habitat as well as 800 incredible animals, and ‘World of Dinosaurs’: one of the leading animatronic dinosaur attractions in the UK. Go wild in our soft play area Tumble Jungle. Enjoy Safari Crazy Golf, a Rex-express journey and 4 adventure play areas!
Paradise Wildlife Park / The Zoological Society of Hertfordshire is situated 20 miles north of London, 7 miles from Junction 25 on the M25 and approximately 25 minutes from London Liverpool Street by rail.
The Zoological Society of Hertfordshire (ZSH) is a registered charity (no.1108609). Our knowledgeable and passionate team cares for our own animals and raises funds to support wildlife conservation projects in the UK and around the world.
Images courtesy of Paradise Wildlife Park