Wild Place Project will be transformed into a land of adventure this May half-term.
From 26 May to 3 June the wildlife attraction will host exciting quests and trails around its grounds, where mini adventurers and their parents can complete challenges, overcome obstacles and find mythical creatures.
There will be a fairy door trail, a magical adventure through the sites’ ancient woodland, a really wild quest and a chance to post a wish under the magic wishing tree – all while meeting exotic animals from around the world.
Paul Pritchard, head of marketing at Wild Place Project, said: “May half-term is always an exciting time at Wild Place Project. We’re well into spring and our animals are enjoying the warmer weather. We also have some new, tiny arrivals for visitors to see.”
Children are encouraged to dress up as their favourite adventure characters to complete the activities running during the week.
Visitors to Wild Place Project can see animals from Madagascar, East Africa and the Congo and find out how they are helping to conserve them in the wild.
Guests can also take a stroll in the woods, relax in the Tower Meadow or have fun in the undercover Fun Fort.