Howletts Wildlife Park Awesome Summer of Family Fun with PAW Patrol, Hey Duggee, Bluey, Peppa Pig and PJ Masks.
Howletts Wild Animal Park
Howletts, Kent’s original wildlife park, not only houses some of the world’s most endangered and rare animals but is now also set to play host to some of the most popular animated species this summer holiday. The PAW Patrol team, Peppa Pig family, PJ Masks gang, Hey Duggee and Bluey and Bingo will be visiting Howletts on select dates throughout August to meet and greet their fans.
Meet Your Favourite TV Characters
Every Wednesday throughout August a beloved TV character will be meeting young fans at intervals throughout the day on Howletts’ open-air grasslands, close to the popular Pavilion Café. Bring the whole family to make special memories and get some great photos on the following dates:
2nd August: PAW Patrol – Meet Chase, Marshall, Rubble and Skye
9th August: Peppa Pig – Meet Peppa Pig, George Pig, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig
16th August: PJ Masks – Meet Catboy, Gekko and Owlette
23rd August: Hey Duggee – Meet Duggee
30th August: Bluey and Bingo – Meet Bluey and Bingo
Multiple special appearances from the characters will take place on each date so keep an eye on the Howletts Official Website for times.
Great Value Days Out
The chance to meet your favourite character is included in the cost of your Howletts day entry ticket.
Day entry ticket prices are, adults £24.50, child £20 (3-15) and under 3’s go free, BUT if you purchase a family annual pass for just £250 you could attend ALL five events! Visiting the attraction five times throughout the summer would normally cost £445 for a family of four, so an annual pass could save families £195!
As well as unlimited access to Howletts, the Annual Pass also gives you FULL access to Port Lympne Reserve, including seats on the iconic truck safari, along with a 20% discount at selected catering outlets in both parks.
A Fun Packed Family Day Out
With 90 acres to explore, the beautiful ancient parkland is home to 390 animals, including the UK’s largest herd of elephants, generations of gorillas along with the famous adorable 150th Baby Gorilla Kumbi, as well as monkeys, leopards and giant anteaters. Join the free animal talks, watch the animals being fed, walk side-by-side with our lively Lemurs at our Walking With Lemurs experience and discover creatures from a forgotten time as you explore Animals of the Ice Age in our leafy Woodland Walk.
If you want to make your day extra special, book in for a close encounter with your favourite animal. Visitors can choose unforgettable experiences including feeding the elephants, going behind the scenes with the gorillas, meeting black rhinos, scattering healthy snacks for red river hogs or even hand feeding anteaters, prices starting at £15.
Day tickets for Howletts cost £24.50 for an adult, £20 for a child (3-15 years), under 3’s go free.
Visit www.howletts.com for more information and to book.
You’d be barking mad to miss our Howletts special summer holiday character days!
Travelling to Howletts Wild Animal Park
Howletts wild animal park is in the South East corner of Kent and lies just off the A2 past Canterbury. It is also a short distance from Folkestone and the southern coast of England. If you are travelling via car use the postcode CT4 5EL.
Travelling by Train
The nearest train stations to Howletts is Bekesbourne. We recommend you arrange a taxi for the short journey to Howletts Wild Animal Park from there as the route from the station is not suitable for pedestrians. The attractions is a 90 minute train journey from Victoria station in London, via Canterbury East to Bekesbourne station., See the Raileasy website for details.
There are lots of places to stay in Kent. If you only planning on visiting the park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at some of the wonderful self-catering cottages available from Snaptrip.
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