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Where to take dad for free this weekend

Go wild this weekend and treat your dad to a day out to see wildlife on Father’s Day. What’s more, dads can enjoy completely free entry at all the following attractions;.

Visit Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire this weekend and dads get free entry on both Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June when accompanied by a full paying child or adult. Simply add DAD17 when you book your day ticket online or print this voucher and present at the door to redeem.

Lion at Longleat

Banham Zoo in Norfolk is home to over 2000 animals from around the world and set in 50 acres of beautiful parkland. Bring dad along on Sunday 18th June from 9.30am and get him a ticket for free. Simply download the voucher here and present on the day.

Giraffes at Banham Zoo

Treat dad to a trip to Twycross Zoo, East Midlands, on Saturday 17th or Sunday 18th June and not only will he get free entry, but can also enjoy a special Father’s Day menu available this weekend only. Tickets can be purchased on the door and meals booked in advance – for further info click here

Orangutan at Twycross Zoo

Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire are offering dads a day out for free on Sunday 18th June when accompanied by a full paying child (2-15 years). Home to over 500 animals, including an impressive big cat collection, there’s plenty on offer for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets available at the gate on the day. For more info click here

Tigers at Paradise Wildlife Park

In Kent, the Aspinall Foundation are offering free entry on Father’s Day to its two reserves:
Howletts near Canterbury is home to the largest herd of elephants in the UK, while Port Lympne in Hythe has the largest collection of black rhino, plus gorillas, lions and tigers. Families can bring their dads along for free on Sunday 18th June, with additional Father’s Day activities also on offer.

Western lowland gorilla at Port Lympne

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