Butterfly and Wildlife Park (Long Sutton) Reviews
Description:Long Sutton, Spalding, Lincs, PE12 9LE. Tel: 01406 363833.
Newest Review: ... dragons together with snakes. At certain times of the day you can have the chance to hold a reptile, snake or spider. They are handled by a zoologist before being handed to you so it is all done safely. I handled a bearded dragon who was incredibly placid and tame but I was very glad to see him go back into his tank! To find out these times there is normally a large blackboard just outside ... more
Customer Butterfly and Wildlife Park (Long Sutton) Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/04/11 (Very useful, 408 readings)
On mother's day this year I wanted to do something different and spend my first mother's day doing something memorable. After receiving our local paper I saw an advert for a Wildlife and Butterfly Park in Long Sutton offering all mothers a free cup of tea and owl handling. Knowing that it was local and it was something we all could enjoy I decided we should make the trip. *~* What is it *~* The Wildlife and Butterfly Park is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin so to speak! The park has a heated tropical house complete with various other animals and reptiles but it also has an animal park which features various types of birds, sheep, cattle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/02, updated on 15/03/02 (Very useful, 1148 readings)
This Butterfly and wild life park is set in the lovely countryside of Lincolnshire and well worth a visit. There is so much to see and do and adults will enjoy it just as much as the children. It is a quality assured visitor attraction. Out doors there are fifteen acres of fun and enjoyment, they have a birds of prey centre, with flying displays twice daily, if you love Eagles, Vultures and owls then you will really enjoy them. Each display is about half an hour long, and the trainer’s make the birds fly threw the crowd, it’s really amazing. You are told to sit very still during the display, you are then invited at the end to hold one of the birds, which ... Read the complete review