Feeling that post-Christmas slump? Shake it off with a trip to Wild Place Project this January and reconnect with nature!
We all know that Christmas can be A LOT. Mountains of food, days lost to the TV, tacky tinsel and decorations … While that’s fun for a bit (we all deserve a break, right?), it can leave us feeling ‘bleurgh’ come January.
Time to refresh!
At Wild Place Project you can roam 40 beautiful acres while discovering amazing animals from around the world – so round up your family, grab those wellies, and get ready for your first adventure of 2020. There’s no better time to get out and about in nature.
Here’s our top 5 reasons to abandon your sofa and plan a visit …
1. Did we mention the animals?!
Well they are the reason we exist! Come face-to-face with a giraffe, hang out with the cheeky lemurs, discover our paw-some wolves, and much more. You can also chat with our expert rangers and find out more about our vital conservation work in the UK and abroad.
2. Let the kids run wild
There’s nothing like a good walk after Christmas, especially if everyone’s feeling a bit cooped-up. Explore our beautiful ancient woodlands, race between different wild play areas, and even jump in a puddle or two … (It’s the simple things in life.)
3. Spending time in nature is good for you
Green places and wildlife can do a lot to help our mental and emotional wellbeing. (Smartphones and digital screens – not so much.) Soak up the beauty of nature as you take a much-needed break from the stresses of everyday life …
The perfect digital detox.
4. 5,500 steps ... with minimal effort
Did you know it takes around 5,500 steps to explore all of Wild Place? (And that doesn’t include going back to see your favourite animals again!) You’ll be so busy enjoying yourself, you’ll hardly notice it flying by.
5. A visit to Wild Place Project won't break the bank!
If your bank account is feeling the effects of Christmas, don’t worry. Flexi tickets (valid any day) start from £9.40, and Super Saver tickets (valid any day between 6 Jan and 14 Feb) start from just £7.06. Children under 2 go FREE.
Save money when you book online a day or more in advance!
Book your adventure here.
Wolf and giraffe photos by Evan Dawson