Thursday, 8 November 2012

UK things to do,attractions, places to visit

The Cotswold Wildlife Park Burford, Oxfordshire has lots of exhibits mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates from all around the world. The Park is set in 160 acres.

The gardens and grounds are part of the Bradwell Grove estate. The manor house at Bradwell Grove dates from 1804 and many of the mature trees in the park were planted in the 19th century. In 1970 the owner, John Heyworth, opened the gardens to the public with 230 animals from 40 species exhibited.

Mammals in the Walled Garden include meerkats, yellow mongooses, prairie dogs, jaguarundi and a breeding group of Oriental small-clawed otters. There is also a collection of small primates: squirrel monkeys, cottontop tamarins, pygmy marmosets, red-handed tamarins and emperor tamarins.

It is a great place to visit for and has attractions for the whole family and is one of the Cotswold's top tourist attractions and a great place to visit.

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