Manor Wildlife Park

Overview

MANOR WILDLIFE PARK IS ZOONIQUE AND SPECIAL. Its mission is to protect and secure endangered species ecosystems. Ex-situ animals have been introduced to a natural Pembrokeshire landscape. Single and multi-species enclosures have been cleverly created with as few apparent boundaries as possible, to give visitors the impression of free roam while ensuring the safety of both human an non-human animals. The park was taken over by Anna Ryder Richardson and husband Colin MacDougall in the Spring of 2008. Since then there have been major, conservation-led changes at Manor Park. The park is working on a major renovation project to bring it from a seriously dilapidated outdated animal park to a world class animal facility. With strong commitments to ethical trading and education Manor Park recognises the need for continual improvement and understands the role it has to play in the community. While concentrating on endangered species, the team at Manor House fully realises that animal welfare must be their top priority.
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Contact details

Manor Wildlife Park St Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA70 8RJ
Phone: 0164 665 1201

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
The whole of the Park is accessible by wheelchair and able-bodied pusher.

Large flat expanses near the entrance gate. There are some steeper areas lower down, in the walk around the wildlife trail area and approaching The Valley of the Apes.

We offer motorised rides for hire at £10.
To reserve a large wheeled chair or book a scooter ring 01646 651201

There are two small parts of the site that may present problems for the less mobile -

The path adjacent to the cave pond is narrow, uneven, and steep

There is a steep hill at the back of the African (rhino) paddock which takes you down to the Valley of the Apes (or up from the Valley of the Apes to the African paddock!). This can be avoided by retracing your steps to the Snack Shack and following the gentle slopes of the rest of the Park.

We do not recommend that persons using wheelchairs, mobility scooters (including those hired from us), zimmer frames, crutches etc. use these paths.

Short Distances

Short distance
Disabled Parking Spaces Available

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Accessible Toilets Available