Wildwood (Herne Bay) Reviews
Description:Herne Common / Herne Bay / Kent / CT6 7LQ / England / From owls to otters, badgers to beavers, and wild boar to wolves, ... more
Newest Review: ... bus or bike and there is more information on this in the prices section below however it is worth saying here that the road leading up to Wildwood is a main road with a 60mile an hour speed limit, it's also a country road and so had a lot of corners, whilst these aren't usually blind corners with the speed limit it can be unsafe and therefore cycling there is not recommended for children at ... more
Customer Wildwood (Herne Bay) Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/02/11, updated on 16/02/11 (Very useful, 107 readings)
For those of you who have read my recent reviews you'll know I recently went to Canterbury. I remembered the Wildwood Trust from when I was at university there and remembered it was a good day out I therefore thought it worth another visit this time around. What Is The Wildwood Trust? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wildwood is a registered charity (charity number 1093702) based between Canterbury and Herne Bay in Kent. They work to preserve Britain's wildlife and along with running a wildlife park that is open to visitors they link every animal they have in captivity to a conservation programme which is ... Read the complete review
by vanessa - written on 26/07/09
We've just come back from a spontaneous visit to Wildwood not knowing really what to expect. We were there for a good few hours and really enjoyed our day. We saw lots of animals that you just dont get the chance to see even though they live in the wild. We listened to 2 talks which were fascinating; 1 about wild boars, and 1 about badgers. The badgers are twice as old as they normally live and are so tame that I hugely recommend seeing them soon as you will rarely get such friendly ones! I thought the prices were a bit steep but we found a 2 for 1 voucher at www.amazingdaysout.com which made it ok. There is a lot to see and we could have spent more time there but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 490 readings)
On paper, a wildlife park in Kent and an animated movie by Japanese genius Hayao Miyazaki about giant wolves may not have much in common. What I found on an overcast autumn day in late 2008 was, however, no less wonderful and I have a tale to tell that's also about a magical forest, majestic animals and a beautiful girl. To prevent the similes becoming too silly, I'll reveal early on that the beautiful girl was my lovely girlfriend, who was just as excited at the prospect of seeing a range of fascinating creatures in a semi-natural environment as I was. Getting to the park was fairly tricky for us, as it involved travelling from Bromley to Herne Bay by train ... Read the complete review
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