|Ticket type||Walk-up price||Price as of 26/3/18|
(Seniors / Students / Registered disabled)
|Children age 3 - 15 years (age 2 & under free)||£12.00||£9.95|
* 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.
Did you know that the Highland Wildlife Park is owned by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) a conservation 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 towards organizations such as RZSS being able to achieve our charitable aims.
Save when you book online:
Did you know you can save up to 10% when you book in advance online? Click here to book
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.
Tesco Clubcard Days Out scheme
The Highland Wildlife Park regrets to inform visitors that we will no longer be participating in the Tesco Clubcard ‘Days Out’ scheme. For more information, please click here
RZSS Members Rates
(on production of valid cards only, find out how to become a member here...)
|RZSS Members adult guest||£12.75|
|RZSS Members child guest||£7.45|
Group Rates for Coaches & Minibuses (10 or more paying passengers) - must be booked in advance
|Children/students/Seniors/Reg. Disabled|| £9.95
Pre-booked schools / colleges education package
(email [email protected] to book)
|Schools||£6 per student|
|College and Universities||£8 per student|
|Specialist Tertiary Sessions||£9 per student|
Dog owners - Please note, with the exception of fully trained guide dogs, pets are not permitted into Highland Wildlife Park, including the car park. For more information, including a list of nearby kennels please click here.