Beale Wildlife Park is situated by the River Thames, between the villages of Pangbourne and Lower Basildon in Berkshire, England. It has three main areas of attraction: collections of small exotic animals, farm animals and birds; landscaped gardens and woodlands; and children's play areas.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Sam Shaw | Feb 17, 2018
Excellent family day out. Reasonably priced with good facilities. Paddling pool for warm days, great variety of children’s play areas (all ages), a little train ride round the grounds and lots of animals to see. Will certainly be returning soon!
Gary Gotham | Feb 24, 2018
A lovely laid back place to visit one winter's day. Everything we needed to keep kids and adults interested and happy. Could imagine it being packed in the summer school holidays mind you.
pav v | Feb 12, 2018
Great place to take young children. Has a big play area and a train that you can ride around the park. A few peacocks roam around the park freely and many caged animals.
Anne Skelton | Nov 5, 2017
A great place for kids of all ages. Plenty of play areas and lots of animals to see. The cafe gets busy but the food is pretty good. Would like to see healthier food on the kids menu but otherwise it's good enough. There is a train ride around the park too which is lovely. Paddling pool, little tikes village, animals, cafe, gift shop, play areas and a lovely place to walk around. What more could you ask? My only complaint would be that the cafe staff were a little short and could be a bit more communicative!
Oliver Butcher | Feb 20, 2018
Lovely place to visit not too expensive and plenty to see and do. Animals are cute and great to see so many healthy and well.
David Tyldesley | Mar 12, 2018
We've been taking the grandchildren here at least twice a month (when open) for four years. They still adore it and our first visit this year showed many exciting improvements (including a new train and lots of new planting). We sometimes just drop in on our own to visit the Japanese garden and other exhibits in peace. It's great for photography and the restaurant is good. Keep up the good work!
Karsten Smet | Mar 11, 2018
Love it hear, really well priced for a family, plenty to do and nice in the summer with a paddling pool and plenty of play areas. Also some animals dotted around the place. Definitely cleaned up this year too and it has completed a little face lift for the new season.
Bob Bobson | Mar 12, 2018
This place is amazing with loads of fun activities including climbing frames and a paddling pool. There is a restaurant / cafè and there are many animals to watch and adore! It's amazing!
Amanda Clarkson | Apr 19, 2018
Great day out. The children loved it. Plenty of adventure playgrounds. Love the train. Rode 5 times around park .Extra train rides cost £1 each. £9 for child and £11 for adult.
James Pickett | May 4, 2018
Visited mid week and found Beale Park to be a relaxed way to entertain a 1 year old. The animals are well looked after and mostly easy for little ones to see and the train ride included in the ticket was great. Some of the childrens toys look a little tired, but generally a nice day out.
Jess Hussey | Apr 22, 2018
Great day out with the kids. Small improvements being made all the time. Restaurant food was great even though it all looked a bit basic with a good choice.
Sue Stewart | May 20, 2018
Had a great day out with out 6yr old grandson today. He really enjoyed it. Wished we had taken his swimming trunks and a towel as the weather was perfect. The park was clean and tidy. The animal's were cute although some were hiding from the sun. Cafe was fairly priced although we took a picnic. Lots of places to sit and eat.
Rimini Hurley | May 29, 2018
Lovely landscape , flowers and trees etc all well kept. Play areas were great especially the splash park. My daughters favourite park was the train. The driver was very friendly lovely little day trip out.
Justyna Prenga | May 16, 2018
Small but great place for the day out. Usually not over crowded as other parks. Love the owl section. Also wheelchair friendly.
Emma Lawton | Jun 2, 2018
Really good but no good if cold or rainy. All the animals go in their huts and you see nothing of them. In sunny or nice days the animals are out and are normally close to the fences for a cuddle.
Oto Velicka | Jun 24, 2018
An OK place to visit but mostly families oriented with attractions for kids including shallow swimming pool and little train ride which was part of the cost of the ticket. Very random range of items on display including living animals, sculptures, ship models etc. Plenty of parking, good facilities. General feel of place being slightly run down and in need of a face lift.
Halima Banaras | Jun 27, 2018
I liked Beale Park. Nice place. Only one downer. Nearly got short changed by the ticket office. Didn't even get an apology. Good job I checked my change! Charming
Doug Wylie | Jun 24, 2018
Our granddaughter loves it here. No matter how often we go she still loves all the birds/animals.....especially the peacocks. Great play areas for children of all ages. Lovely place for adults to sit in the sunshine and take in views. It's why we have season tickets.
Anjana Silva | Jun 10, 2018
A very beautiful and lush green surrounding. You can either pay a ticket and go to the Beale park or just park your Car and have a walkthrough at the surrounding. The surrounding is very beautiful and big. Make sure to pick a nice sunny day. I recommend this place. Thank you.
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