Plan Your Visit


Following government announcements on Monday 4 January, we took the very difficult decision to close Highland Wildlife Park until further notice. Find out more and read our FAQs at

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Kids Go Free with Scotrail

TigerCub_3_lick.jpgHave you ever thought about getting the train to Kingussie with the family to visit the Highland Wildlfe Park? It's quick, easy and an environmentally-friendly way to travel!

Highland Wildlife Park is taking part in Scotrail's "Kids Go Free" promotion. When you show your Scotrail "Kids Go Free" train ticket at Highland Wildlife Park, one child per paying adult will get in completely free! It's a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and have a fantastic family day out.

Visit Scotrail's "Kids Go Free" information page to get the details and book your "Kids Go Free" ticket!

For more information on how to get to the Park from the train station please see our 'How to find us page'.


Blue Peter Badge

Blue Peter logo on white sept 11.jpgIf 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.

For Terms and Conditions and to find out how you can get a Blue Peter Badge go to

What next?

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