Nestled in the beautiful Alameda Botanic Gardens, the AWCP is home to a collection of both exotic and native species. The AWCP is the only Wildlife Park in Gibraltar. We care for exotic animals confiscated by the authorities and animals such as the Cotton-topped tamarin, on loan from international Zoos, to raise awareness of important endangered species through conservation education. An essential role of the park is the conservation of threatened species, including supporting international conservation projects.
Entry to the park and the opportunity to see a wide range of species, many who were rescued or surrendered and learn about the conservation projects we support for their wild counterparts.
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This for ages 8+
A maximum of 3 people can partake in the Lemur experience.
There are no bathrooms within the park, however there are 2 located in the botanical gardens, they can be found next to the red phoneboxes.
Unfortunately dogs are not permitted in the park or botanical gardens
Please take your printed ticket or E-Ticket to the entrance.
The gardens are situated just above the Cable Car station.
The AWCP is at the top of the Gardens or accessed from Europa Road, just past the Rock Hotel.
By Bus: No. 2 or 3 Bus to the Rock Hotel.
Nearest parking: Grand Parade by the Cable Car Station.
There were three of us and we had plenty of time with the lemurs and learnt a lot. Feeling them is great and it's nice to get hands on. The park is cute and quirky and worth a visit
It was an amazing experience to have experienced. We received very detailed information on the lemurs from the zoo keeper. The lemurs were so cute and very cheeky with their little grabby hands. The only advice I would say is wear mosquito repellent as we received a lot of bites from them!
Absolutely fantastic! The ladies at the zoo were wonderful and the lemurs were outstanding! I came from the other side of the world in Australia and I was so glad that I went to such a brilliant location as Gibraltar.
Great experience. Loved every minute of it and we learnt lots. Value for money and a must do.
It was great experience. Lemurs were so gentle and cute.
This was an excellent experience. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable and the whole experience was really fun. I would do it again.
The wildlife park was fab. Small, but packed with amazing animals and interesting facts. They do a great job of keeping up such great presentation and the staff are so friendly. I paid for the lemur feed too which was incredible - thank you to Chloe and Mel for all their knowledge and for hosting the feed! Would definitely return.
It was one of the best experiences. Feeding the lemurs was amazing, they are so cute and kind. The staff there told us a lot of facts about them and the park in general and made us feel very good there.
My daughter (7) absolutely loved the lemur experience, the keeper was very informative and answered any of our questions. The lemurs were very patient too and gently took the food. A great experience!
Beautiful little zoo where you can get closer and actually see all the animals , the lemur experience was a holiday highlight , cute friendly lemurs holding your hand to be fed and a very knowledgeable friendly zoo keeper
Enjoyable, pleasant experience. Great work they are doing, needs support so give it a go!
Really lovely day out for us and were more than happy to accommodate
Amazing lemur experience. Zoo compact with a small variety of species. A certain amount of agility and sensible shoes recommended.
We had a great time. Veronica's knowledge and passion for her job made for a great experience.
Stumbled upon this while wandering through the Botanic Gardens. The animals appear well cared for and the message about stopping illegal trading is important. The otters are really curious and the parrots very chatty. A must see!
Walked up here on a nice sunny day and spent a good hour walking around.
There are steep steps at the front and it is mainly uphill,what you might expect on a Rock.
There are good views from parts of the Park out towards the harbour/port.While we were at the top end there were a number of Cockrells and hens wandering around.
We visited the conservation park yesterday and were one of only two families there. This meant we could spend as much time at each enclosure as we wanted to without feeling rushed. £5 entry for an adult was very reasonable. We happened to arrive at animal feeding time and the keeper was happy to chat to us and allowed us to follow her around to a few other animals to watch them being fed too. This park is quite small, but all of the animals were well cared for, and the keepers explained the histories of how the animals came to be there. Most of them were sadly from the illegal pet trade or rescued from animal testing. This park will be a must visit for when family comes to stay, it was a really nice thing to do on a quiet afternoon.
Lovely little animal park. Not a lot there but one of the lemurs made it really worthwhile. A good organisation to support as well.
We visited Alameda Park on our recent visit to Gibraltar.
It’s only a small park but a nice
place to visit situated in the botanical gardens.
We booked the Lemur Experience and got to feed the adorable Lemurs . We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and our time there.
I always visit Alameda Gardens and especially the Wildlife Conservation Park. It is wonderful to see amny animals not found in the UK and the keeper is a very nice person to talk to about them. I was last there September 2018 though the earliest in the 'When did you travel' is June 2020
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