Wolf Ridge

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The Wolf Ridge enclosure was built on an area of land in the zoo previously undeveloped near East Park Drive. The area was transformed in 2012 into a superb, natural habitat for our pack of Iberian wolves, which arrived from Woburn Safari Park. 

A large, covered viewing platform, walkways, large window and passing miniature railway enable visitors to view all of the outside enclosure from multi-levels. There is also a terraced area with picnic tables, so you can enjoy the view whilst enjoying your lunch.

The pack currently comprises of Reina and Diamante, so called as they arrived nameless at the time of the Queen's Jubilee celebration, and two male cubs born early 2014.

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Visitor numbers will be limited each day and we advise all visitors to book online to guarantee entry. 
Please ensure you choose the correct date as tickets are non-refundable and dates can not be changed.

Groups of more than 6 visitors will not be permitted to enter the zoo. 
This applies to visitors of all ages, including under 3s. Exceptions apply only if everyone in your group live together in the same household or are part of a support bubble.

A face mask or face covering must be worn in all indoor areas of the zoo.
Exceptions apply only if you declare that you have a government listed exemption or are under the age of 11.

This is in accordance with current Government restrictions and laws, specific to England. You may be refused admission if you attempt to visit the zoo in a group of more than 6 or without a face covering and don’t declare a valid exemption.

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