Entrance prices have now increased by £1. This increase will go directly to an AWCP supported conservation project of your choice. Just deposit your wooden token (provided on entrance) in the donation boxes provided at the zoo.
Every Membership and Animal Sponsorship now includes 1 tree planted with JustONETree.
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 Gibraltar customs, unwanted exotic pets 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. Partaking in international conservation projects supporting species in the wild. Through selected captive breeding programmes, we also hope to play an important part in the international effort to conserve rare and endangered species.
For the Lemur Experience, please select a date and time to your right, Up to 2 participants: £30
MEET THE ANIMALS
The park provides care and housing for exotic animals confiscated at the border or left behind by former owners. Animals such as the cotton-topped tamarin and various tortoise species live together with endangered species whom the park relentlessly tries to protect and save. Come face to face with the rare animals and experience their gentle nature firsthand in a park open all year long. Plan your Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Gibraltar.
"Move it, move it" and meet the ring-tailed and brown lemurs up close. Bring your kids along to this experience for the chance to feed and learn about these little primates (open to ALL AGES). Your children will definitely leave feeling happy and no doubt will watch the Madagascar movie once they return home. Each voucher is valid for two participants, so make sure that you and a friend or family member are prepared to meet the lemurs during their feeding times at 12:00 or 14:00.
The lemurs not enough? This package also includes PARK ENTRY! What more could you want ?!?!
Price: £30 for two participants
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.
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
Lovely little animal park. Not a lot there but one of the lemurs made it really worthwhile. A good organisation to support as well.
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!
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.
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.
Red Sands Road
Please note some locations indicated on the map may not be completely accurate and should not be used when planning directions.