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Following the most recent Government announcement and as part of national measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Fota Wildlife Park has taken the decision to temporarily close its gates to the public from close of business on Friday 8th January 2021 for the foreseeable future

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Fota Wildlife Park Covid-19 Update

Fota Wildlife Park Covid-19 Update Following the most recent Government announcement and as part of national measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Fota Wildlife Park has taken the decision to temporarily close its gates to the public from close of business tomorrow, Friday 8th January 2021, for the foreseeable future. Please be assured that our dedicated animal care team and essential staff will continue to provide the same level of care, husbandry and attention that all…

Fota Wildlife Park Update Following New Governmental Advice

Fota Wildlife Park Update Following New Governmental Advice 31st December 2020 - Update from Fota Wildlife Park in response to a nationwide move to Level 5 In an ongoing effort to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19 Fota Wildlife Park is remaining open and requesting all visitors to strictly follow the guidelines regarding travel limits and to follow Fota Wildlife Park’s current opening procedures below. • All visitors must practice the public health recommended self-care and social…

Plan your visit - seasonal opening and booking information

Are you looking for a family day out in Cork or things to do in Cork with children this midterm?  We know that this Christmas things are a little bit different, but here at Fota Wildlife Park we have updated our admission protocols with addtional safety measures - such as  hand sanitising stations placed throughout the 100 acre Park. Since reopening the county Cork visitor attraction after a shutdown due to the pandemic, Fota…

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