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Howl-O-Ween at Paradise Wildlife Park – Review! 

Paradise Wildlife Park recently invited all of us along to their Howl-O-Ween event running from the 22nd to the 31st of October. As a family we love coming along to this lovely zoo as we only live about 15 minutes away from the park, we always try to manage to visit the park when we canWe were given VIP passes on entry, Justin got given a wolf mask, we was allowed 1 bag of animal food each, plus a free game of crazy golf & a ride on the woodland railway!


Wolf Mask!


We all had a VIP wristband like this!

Up until the 31st of October, the whole Park was themed with all sorts of spooky treats. They gave out free wolf masks when you arrive, animal spooktacular shows, Wolves Woodland Walk, animal pumpkin, bat encounters in Dracula’s Bat Cave, meet and greet the creepy crawlies, a Howl-o-ween hunt around the park, stalls, gifts and competitions throughout the week.

Everything your family could want for a fun filled spooky and furry adventure at their award winning Park!


Justin as a meerkat!


I absolutely love this, Justin really looks the part!


He wanted his face painted as a Tiger!


Feeding the Goats!


Feeding the Sheep!


Beautiful Snow Leopard!


Great shot of one of the Cheetah’s


My Favourite Animal.


Someone had the chance to feed the Lions

About Paradise

Paradise is an award-winning, family run Wildlife Park set in the beautiful surroundings of Broxbourne Woods in the Hertfordshire Countryside.

Voted Hertfordshire’s Top Tourist Attraction and with a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, Paradise Wildlife Park has something for everyone. Home to over four hundred exotic wild animals, including big cats (Paradise is the only zoo in the UK with; Tigers, White Lions, Jaguars, Snow Leopards & a White Tiger), Monkeys, (we have the largest collection of small monkeys in the UK), Zebras, Lemurs, Meerkats, Red Pandas, Tapirs, Penguins, Wallabies, Emus, Birds of Prey, Reptiles – including the UK’s largest Anaconda – and many more. Paradise also offers a huge range of family friendly experiences – On Safari Adventure Golf, Formula Fun, Woodland Railway, Paradise Lagoon, playgrounds, Tumble Jungle and lots more.

Paradise is very proud to be the leading zoo in Europe for animal experiences with over thirty incredibly popular (pre bookable) exotic animal experiences, from ‘Feeding the Big Cats’, ‘Shadowing a Keeper’ and ‘Meeting the Meerkats’ to ‘Tickling a Tapir’! Getting close to the animals and educating through fun.

Paradise is deeply proud of its status as an active supporter of animal welfare and conservation.

The success of Paradise Wildlife Park has allowed it to make contributions of over £5,000,000 to conservation projects and wildlife causes in the UK and around the World.* Paradise is part of the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme, with successful African Penguin, Lar Gibbon, Cotton Top Tamarin, Silvery Marmoset & Red Ruff Lemur births in the past year alone.

Paradise was also the first zoo in Europe to receive a double Platinum Award for funds raised for the EAZA Tiger Conservation Initiative and are Platinum Award winners for funds raised for the Lemur and Madagascan EAZA appeal.

Paradise is an active member of the British, European and World Association of Zoos.

Join us at Paradise Wildlife Park for an unforgettable, fun and educational experience. Don’t forget to ask about our Animal Experience Days and our great value Family and Annual Passes.
(and, by the way, UNDER 2’s GO FREE!).

Paradise Wildlife Park is situated 20 miles north of London, 7 miles from Junction 25 on the M25 and approximately 25 minutes from London Liverpool Street by rail.

If you require transport to Paradise Wildlife Park from Broxbourne station, please call 01992 446720 and their driver will collect you. There is a small fee of £3.00 per adult return and £1.00 per child (Up to the age of 15 years old) return.

Disclaimer: We was invited along to the Howl-O-ween event and was given VIP passes for the day, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

20 thoughts on “Howl-O-Ween at Paradise Wildlife Park – Review! 

  1. Looks like a lot of fun! My kids love feeding the animals. We don’t have any wildlife parks or zoos anywhere near us and it is something I miss doing with our family.

  2. hahahhahah! OMG! adorableness Overload!!! I looooooooove this!!! looks like so much fun. those masks are awesome and the animals are so majestic

  3. I’m against zoos but the family time you had sounds great 🙂 And the pics of Justin are just too cute 🙂

  4. Just look at that smile! It’s rewarding to see the kids this happy when you take them to places that they truly enjoy! This sounds like an awesome wildlife park to go to!

  5. Wow, that is some awesomely amazing facepaint! You all look like you had an amazing time!


  6. Loved that face painting! Looks like Justin had so much fun and you all a quality family time.

  7. Wht a great place to visit! Your little animals are super cute! I remember when the kids were small they always wanted to go to zoo.

  8. I went last week to Paradise Wildlife Park and lover it. Apart from the bats they frightened the life out of me x

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