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2015/2016 Prices

(valid from 24 March 2016)

Did you know that the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland which runs the Park is a charity? As of 6th April 2006, the government changed the law on Gift Aid and we can only claim Gift Aid if you make a donation that is 10% more than the entry fee.

If you are a UK taxpayer and you make a donation that is 10% more than the entry fee, the government will give us an extra 25% on top of your donation. It makes a massive difference to attractions like the Highland Wildlife Park.

Adults £15.40*

Concession Adult

(Seniors / Students / Registered disabled)

£13.00*
Children age 3 - 15 years (age 2 & under free) £11.55*
Concession Child - Registered disabled £9.85*
Family Ticket 1 adult + 2 children £35.20*
Family Ticket 1 adult + 3 children £45.65*
Family Ticket 2 adults + 2 children £49.50*
Family Ticket 2 adults + 3 children £59.95*

We are a Blue Peter Badge Attraction

If you have a Blue Peter Badge with a valid badge card you can gain entry to the Highland Wildlife Park for free with a full paying adult, when presented on arrival.

Season Ticket

(one year's free entry to the Highland Wildlife Park only)

Adults £35.00
Children £25.00

Download a season pass form here...

 

RZSS Members Rates

(on production of valid cards only, find out how to become a member here...)

RZSS Members FREE
RZSS Members adult guest £12.00*
RZSS Members child guest £9.00*

 

* Prices above include a voluntary 10% donation to support our conservation, education and research work. Please make our admission staff aware before payment if you do not wish to contribute towards our projects.

 

Group Rates for Coaches & Minibuses (10 or more paying passengers) - must be booked in advance

Adults £8.00
Children/students/Seniors/Reg. Disabled £8.00

 

Pre-booked schools / colleges education package (tel: 01540 651981 to book)

Accompanying Adults

& Students

£8.00
Children £5.00

Walkers can access the Park via our new wooden walkway.

Dog owners

Please note, that as of 1/1/17, dogs and other pets will not be permitted into Highland Wildlife Park, including the car park. We are a conservation charity and animal welfare is central to everything that we do. Pets may be a source of stress to some of the animals in our collection and we also want to prevent any welfare issues associated with leaving animals in cars. There are a number of quality kennel facilities in the local area that we would be happy to recommend. 

Fully trained guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs are permitted in most areas of the Park. Assistance dogs in training are not permitted to enter.

Local kennel facilities:

Gemma Wright 07751687207

Aviemore Dog training  

Provides dog daycare for holiday makers               

 

07719905592/01479812537  

[email protected]  www.aviemoredogtraining.co.uk        

A9-K9’s        07956501236                     

The Glebe Kennels,

Boat of Garten

01479831240

Birchmoor Cattery & Kennels,

Grantown-on-Spey

01479872386 

[email protected]    www.birchmoorcatteryandkennels.co.uk

 

If you are looking for suitable dog walking areas nearby you can try the Speybank walk at Kincraig or the Speyside Way/Badenoch way near the Loch Insh Watersports Centre. Both Kingussie and Newtonmore have a good variety of walks. For more information visit www.walkhighlands.co.uk

Loch Insh Watersports Centre has a dog friendly café (bar and balcony only) and is approximately 3.5 miles from the Highland Wildlife Park. 

 

Warning: leaving your dog in your vehicle during hot weather can cause extreme suffering and even death. Please be aware that dogs can die if left in a car even on a warm day. In a vehicle, the heat from the sun is intensified through the glass. Your dog will pant to try to cool down, which can lead to severe dehydration and hyperventilation.

Opening a window or leaving a bowl of water is not enough, so please, when possible, leave your dog at home and make adequate arrangements for feeding and exercise needs.

Causing an animal unnecessary suffering is an offence which can result in a fine and even a ban from owning animals. If you are aware of an animal in distress, please call the Scottish SPCA on 03000 999 999.