About 60 minutes from park
Dickon Hill Rd, Friskney, Boston PE22 8PFVisit Website
With an extraordinary array of mammals, birds and reptiles from across the globe, the animal kingdom comes to life in this quiet corner of Lincolnshire. Just a few kilometres from the coast, Lincolnshire Wildlife Park puts conservation at the heart of everything it does, and you’ll be contributing to those efforts by paying them a visit. From big cats to colourful birds, visitors of all ages are sure to meet a species they’ll fall in love with.
There are a huge number of species to see and get up close with at the park, including the famous Lincolnshire Wildlife Park tigers, as well as a parrot sanctuary which is home to a third of all the parrots in the UK. Other animals you can expect to encounter on your way around the park include:
The Wildlife Park is located closest to the village of Friskney in Lincolnshire, just along Dickon Hill Road, about 13 kilometres from Skegness and 15 kilometres from Boston. If you’re travelling in by car from either of those towns, you can reach the park via the A52 road that connects the two. If you’re looking to travel to Lincolnshire Wildlife Park by train, then the nearest station will be Thorpe Culvert Station, where services run between Nottingham and nearby Skegness. It’s then an 11 minute taxi ride or 90 minute walk to the park from the station. As for buses, the stop in Friskney village is served by the IC7 and 57 Interconnect routes which run from both Boston and Skegness.
Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big