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Lemur Week Colouring Competition 2016

As part of Lemur Week, we’re giving you the chance to win one of three Lemur Adoptions at Cotswold Wildlife Park, which will include a free adult and child ticket. For more information on how to enter please go to our events page where you will find full competition details.

Gardens

From ancient Oaks to vibrant exotic planting, from traditional borders to contemporary prairie style schemes, the gardens at the Park are quite special and are rapidly becoming known by garden lovers.

Indeed, the Heyworth family together with Head Gardener Tim Miles and his gardening team are constantly seeking to improve and develop the gardens.

The Park has become well known for its exotic planting, particularly in the favourable microclimate of the Walled Garden where Bananas and Cannas are a speciality.

Around and within animal exhibits a naturalistic style of planting, which suggests the animal’s habitat, is increasingly being adopted. For example, you will view the endangered Amur Leopards through and within a forest setting, whilst at the other extreme the Meerkats inhabit an arid environment.

Cotswold Wildlife Park
Burford, Oxfordshire
OX18 4JP
Tel: +44 (0)1993 823006

Opening times and Prices:

Please visit Cotswold Wildlife Park’s website for up-to-date opening times and prices.

Directions:

By Car:
The Park is located 2 miles south of Burford, Oxfordshire, on the A361. Burford is mid way between Oxford and Cheltenham on the A40.

By Bus and Taxi:
It is a difficult and expensive journey to the Park if you intend to travel by bus and taxi. There is no regular bus service that stops outside the Park. The nearest Bus Stop is on Burford High Street, so it would be best to organise a taxi from here to pick you up when your bus drops you off.