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British Wildlife Centre
Newchapel
Lingfield
Surrey

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The British Wildlife Centre is in the heart of East Surrey's countryside and is one of the best places to see and learn about Britain's own wonderful wildlife, with over forty different British wild animals from tiny harvest mice to magnificent red deer. You'll get the chance to see many species which are threatened or rarely seen in the wild. All the animals live in large landscaped enclosures that reflect their natural habitats.The fascinating collection includes otters, foxes, Scottish wildcats, badgers, red squirrels, birds of prey and many more.

The popular and informative keeper talks take place every half an hour and give you the opportunity to learn more about the animals and see them close-up while they're being fed.

A visit to the British Wildlife Centre is a great day out for all ages and a REAL natural history lesson!

*Location:* The British Wildlife Centre is easily accessible on the A22 at Newchapel, near Lingfield, just minutes from the M25 (Junction 6). The nearest train station is Lingfield.

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Months Open: Open every weekend and public holiday of the year (excluding 25/26 Dec) and daily during state school holidays.
Open 10am to 5pm (Nov - Jan 10am to 4pm)
Last admissions 1 hour before closing
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - 15+
Car Parking: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Coffee Shop

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