World Cup Comes To Yorkshire Wildlife Park
You can hear the lions roar and watch the Three Lions in action as the World Cup comes to the award-wining Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
The big beasts of English football take on Sweden in the World Cup Quarter Final on Saturday and the crucial game will be shown on a big screen at the park’s amphitheatre.
The family atmosphere will provide a unique and friendly environment to take in the game during a day out at the UK’s No. 1 wildlife walkthrough adventure.
Visitors can enjoy the amazing sights of the 400-plus rare and endangered animals at the park throughout the day and break off to watch the game which kicks off at 3pm.
“It will be a perfect place to watch the match in a comfortable and safe atmosphere,” says John Minion, of the park, at Branton, near Doncaster.
“You can enjoy it with all the family or sample the delights of the park while the footy-mad members of the family settle down at the amphitheatre for the big game.”
Visitors can tuck in to the juiciest, most mouth-watering food including quality burgers, hot dogs and vegetarian options available from the BBQ and quench their thirst with beer, wine and soft drinks from the cash bar.
YWP offers visitors a mesmerising walkthrough experience coming almost face to face with some of the world’s most unique and beautiful animals including Amur Leopards and Tigers, Lions, the country's only Polar Bears and many more.
Since opening in 2009 YWP has become the UK’s fastest growing and most innovative wildlife attraction - offering families an entertaining and unforgettable day out.
World Cup Comes To Yorkshire Wildlife Park, 6th July 2018, 23:00 PM