IN NEWS ON 13TH MAR 2020

COVID 19 Update from Fota Wildlife Park

Following the latest Government advice regarding all non-essential businesses and public amenities, Fota Wildlife Park has taken the decision to temporarily close its gates to the public 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 our animals receive throughout the year. While the gates may be closed to the public our teams of committed and experienced rangers and staff will remain on duty throughout this period.

We ask that if you wish to contact us that you do so by emailing info@fotawildlife.ie and we would like to thank you in advance for your patience in this unprecedented time as it may not be possible to respond to your queries immediately. We would ask that you visit our social media channels for updates and news on all our animals and visit our FAQ section before emailing us.

Please note that any web-tickets bought will be valid for 12 months.

For additional info (including Annual Pass), please see our Covid-19 FAQ

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