Beale Park

Beale Park

An outdoor wildlife park and gardens set within 40 acres, next to the River Thames in Berkshire. Includes birds, exotic and farm animals

Beale Wildlife Park was founded in 1956 by Gilbert Beale who created the Child Beale Trust, a charitable organisation, dedicated to the care and conservation of rare and endangered mammals and birds. The Park is a great place to be with fun, adventure, gardens, amazing animals and birds and play areas for all ages. The Park has the Little Tikes Village and an adventure playground for children plus the Jubilee Water Garden by Pantiles Nursery for the more mature visitor – an ideal opportunity to experience nature close to hand.

Beale Park is situated on the A329, just outside Pangbourne in Berkshire. For further information telephone 0870 777 7160 or visit the website.

Accessibility/terrain/walk info

Full disabled access, disabled toilet.

Facilities & accessibility

Picnic area, pets corner, train rides. Gift shop and restaurant.

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