Fota Wildlife Park

Fota Wildlife Park
Fota Island,
Carrigtwohill,
Co. Cork,
Ireland
Phone: +353 (0)21 481-2678
Fax: +353 (0)21 481-2744
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Local Information: Fota, Co. Cork

About Fota Wildlife Park

  • Fota Wildlife Park

Fota Wildlife Park is an ideal family day out. Come face to face with over 90 species of exotic wildlife. Appreciate endangered animals such as cheetahs, oryx and lion tailed macaques in tranquil surroundings and see conservation in action. Children will enjoy themselves on the free playground while you enjoy a coffee nearby. You will be able to choose from a wide selection of souvenirs at the Gift Shop. Fotas primary aim is the conservation and breeding of endangered species. Your entrance fee is a direct contribution towards conservation programmes in Ireland and world wide.

From Cork, take turning for Cobh from N25 (Cork - Waterford road). Train: Take train from Kent Station direct to Fota Wildlife Park Train Station

Spring/Summer Opening Times (From March 17th to October 29th)

Mon to Sat: OPEN 10am; LAST ADMISSION 5pm; GATES LOCKED 6pm

Sun: OPEN 11am; LAST ADMISSION 5pm; GATES LOCKED 6pm

Autumn/Winter Opening Times (From October 30th to March 16th)

Mon to Sat: OPEN 10am; LAST ADMISSION 3.30pm; GATES LOCKED 4.30pm

Sun: OPEN 11am; LAST ADMISSION 3.30pm; GATES LOCKED 4.30pm

Fota Wildlife Park Map

Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Fota Wildlife Park for directions and precise location prior to your visit.

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