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All Things Wild

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Cost rating ££
Target Age 0-4,School-age,All-the-family
Venue indoor,outdoor

Approx. 35 minutes outside of Cheltenham, All Things Wild has lots of in and outdoor activities to keep kids amused in all weathers and earlier in 2017 an enormous new soft play barn opened with some snazzy new facilities.

The indoor facilities now look like this:

Jungle Mayhem Barn
Huge soft play frame, suitable for children up to 11 (with toddler area)
New toilets and baby changing

Wild Fun Barn
Old soft play (suitable for pre-schoolers)
Pedal tractors
Ball pit

A bigger cafe

Artificial beach with clean sand, beach toys and a climb on pirate ship.

Plus craft/party room, reptile house and wildlife adventure

Jungle Mayhem

Outside there’s a variety of different animals including lemurs, tortoises, monkeys, meerkats, owls and wallabies.  Some feeding stations let you interact with some of the animals and there’s regular talks throughout the day at many of the enclosures.

The Step Through Time Dinosaur Experience is a walk around the grounds, with lots of large, life-like dinosaur models and for little legs there’s a ‘dino train’ that regularly tours the park.  As well as the outdoor dinosaurs, there’s also a Dino Barn with interactive dinosaurs, woolly mamouths and sharks!

Other outside attractions include go karts (for big and little kids), play areas, sandpits, a helicopter, tractor and digger!

There’s lots of nice touches like free kids squash at the drinking stations and seating in front of the play areas for parents.

Summer Opening Hours – 10am – 6pm

Winter Opening Hours – 10am – 5pm

All Things Wild are open all year round except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Ticket Price Guide
Adults £10.99
Chidren 3-16yrs £9.99

Under 3s free

More pricing information here

From the website

All Things Wild opened in March 2012 with the aim of providing an all-weather family attraction and allow people of all ages to enjoy the amazing things that nature can bring. From running bug hunting sessions to encouraging people to collect our chicken’s eggs, we try to offer a diverse range of activities that suit all ages and encompass the values that we hold; that while animals are a great way of educating, they should still be treated with respect and care. For this reason, we aim to keep the animals in an environment that is as close to their natural habitat as possible. We cater for many different events and parties at All Things Wild. From school groups and educational days (see our education section) to children’s parties and corporate events (see our parties and events section).