Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is situated 2 miles south of Birmingham’s city centre and covers over six acres.

Within a range of habitats such as woodland, wetland, farm and gardens, you can see representatives from all the major groups of the world's animal kingdom. There are over 130 different species of animal, these include deer, otters, owls, snakes, spiders and fish. The centre's natural habitats also provide a source of food and shelter for native wildlife like newts, kingfishers and squirrels.

The Centre was opened in 1975 on the site of the original Pebble Mill and together with the museum building, which once housed part of the city’s natural History Collection, they form an environmental centre that everyone can enjoy. Information about nature conservation is available through displays and a programme of events. The Centre is accessible for people with disabilities, has free car parking, a gift shop, café and play area for under fives is included in Lilliput village.

Venue Type:

Museum, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Open daily from first Saturday in April to the last Sunday in October, 10am to 5pm (last admissions 4pm).
Weekends only from the first Saturday in November until the last Saturday in March.10am to 4pm (last admission 3pm).

Admission charges

Please check.

Collection details

Natural Sciences

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
Pershore Road
B5 7RL




0121 472 7775

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