Spring is here, the weather is warming up, the fields are full of lambs and here in Wiltshire we’re on the road to reopening. We’re thrilled to see attractions across Wiltshire starting to welcome guests once more! Outdoor attractions have begun to open since 12 April, and many of our local zoos, farms and animal parks have been among the first to throw open the doors. So if you’re looking for a fun family day out here in Wiltshire – take a look at what our animal attractions are up to this spring...

Longleat are sharing some snaps of their animals since the park reopened a couple of weeks ago.

These wonderful otters from Cotswold Wildlife Park are delighted to be welcoming visitors back to the park again.

Ready to saddle up? Lucknam Park Equestrian are inviting us all back for pony rides.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust as telling us all about the wildlife you might be able to spot at one of their reserves – like this cute cuckoo.

It's lambing season! Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm are showing off some of their stunning sheep and lovely lambs.

Our fine feathery friends at the Hawk Conservancy Trust (located just over the Wiltshire border) are welcoming visitors back once again.

Ready to book a trip to Wiltshire to visit some of these cute critters for yourself? Take a look at the wonderful accommodation options, exciting things to do and tasty food and drink options for more inspiration for your Wiltshire holiday. Remember to check opening times with individual venues before you travel and take a look at our reopening roadmap for full details of what you can expect during your upcoming visit to Wiltshire. We’re looking forward to welcoming you back!  




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