The Winter’s thaw is coming just at the right time for one of the hotspots of the calendar – Mother’s Day at Yorkshire Wildlife Park – but if you still can’t get out of the house due to the weather then you can still get some amazing and different Mother’s Day gifts on line. From a great day out at the Park, to animal adoptions or a VIP Tour or special experience, there is lots of choice.
There are more unusual and special gifts on sale at the Park in the Safari Store and at the retail units in the Safari Village.
There are also special Mother’s Day breakfast and afternoon tea packages which can be pre-booked at the Safari Café. The Safari Café is in the Safari Village which is free to enter before going into the main park. unique venue is opening its Safari Café doors for a special breakfast and afternoon tea on March 11.
The delicious breakfast menu will start at 9 am while a sumptuous afternoon tea will be served from 2pm to 4pm. Afternoon tea includes a chef’s selection of sandwiches, cream tea and sweet treats, a mini bottle of Prosecco and tea or coffee.These will complement a great day out at the Park.
“Mother’s Day is always a highlight and we are looking forward to welcoming families for a celebration that will be extra special,” said John Minion, CEO.
“It should be a special day and treating your mum to breakfast or afternoon tea will be an unforgettable experience.”
Booking is recommended via the weblink: https://booking.yorkshirewildlifepark.com/events.aspx
Yorkshire Wildlife Park starts its main season opening hours from 10th March so there is an even better range of ranger talks and feeding times and the Park is open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (last entry 5 p.m.). There are walk through animal experiences and extensive reserves including the only polar bears in England, black rhino in Into Africa, giraffes, meerkats, lions and endangered Amur tigers and leopards as well as many more animals.