WE’RE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE HOPE NATURE CENTRE HAS RE-OPENED!
Following the latest government guidance, we are delighted to be able to open our Animal Park to visitors again! We’ve got some important information detailed below, so you can understand how we’ll be managing the safety of our visitors and staff.
To ensure that we can adhere to social distancing requirements, we ask that you reserve a ticket online in advance before visiting Hope Nature Centre. You simply then show your ticket on your mobile device at our Animal Park entrance. Tickets maybe available on the day depending on capacity, and will need to be paid via contactless payment upon arrival. You can book your ticket here.
Currently, we do not have the permission to go ahead and open play equipment on-site, so this will not be available to use until further notice.
Our Cafe will remain closed for the moment until the Government deems it safe to open indoor catering outlets. If visiting our Animal Park, you will be able to get drinks and snacks to enjoy from our food wagon. You are also welcome to bring a picnic with you.
To keep visitors, staff and each other safe, we’ve implemented some new safety measures. There will be plenty of signage around the park and also a guide on our park map which you will be given upon entry to our Animal Park.
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