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Paradise Park Best Days Out Cornwall
When: 19 February 2022 - 27 February 2022

P-P-P-Penguin Quiz at Paradise Park

Posted in Events by Lauren Webb on 10th February 2022

Date: 19-27 February

Take the family for a fun day out and enjoy wonderful wildlife plus fantastic kid’s play areas.

Booking is essential with various ticket options to choose from, ‘Park Only’, ‘Park & JungleBarn Play’, or the late ‘JungleBarn Play Only Afternoon Session’.

Learn some fascinating penguin facts while completing the ‘P-P-P-Penguin Quiz’ and claim your reward. The Park have 21 Humboldt’s Penguins of all ages, including Peaches, Paloma, Lowen, Pedro and the wonderful Houdini to name a few.

Discover the huge JungleBarn indoor Play Centre where you can walk the rope bridge, climb the nets, fly down the slides, and the little ones can try their hand at the dancing balls in the toddler’s zone. Plenty to exhaust the liveliest of children. (Please ensure you book ‘Park & JungleBarn Play’ to include this in your visit, or if you just want play only, then you can book the later afternoon session).

Daily events include two sessions for otter and penguin feeding.

There are 150 little bags of ‘Goat and Sheep Food’ given away each day and look out for the donkeys Jasmine, Basil, Lily and Periwinkle down on the popular Fun Farm, which also includes a walk through ‘Pets Corner’ with super cute rabbits and guinea pigs.

See beautiful Red Pandas… can you spot Scarlet, Suri and Jai-Li up in the trees?

Treat yourself to a Cornish pasty, baked potatoes, paninis, Cornish Cream Tea, homemade cakes and more in the Otter Pool Café.

On good weather days ‘Zebedee’ the Jungle Express Train may be taken out for a spin! You board the train just by the otter enclosure and set off on a small route round the house grounds (not round the whole Park) through the garden of Glanmor House, through the top section of the Parrot Jungle, then behind the scenes around the back of the house. There is a small charge of £1 per person.

Visit paradisepark.org.uk for more details of what to expect on a visit and how to book.