IN KIDS ON 7TH OCT 2019

Halloween at Fota Wildlife Park 2019

Fota Wildlife Park’s education team will be hosting a variety of Halloween events over the mid-term break (Mon 28th Oct – Sun 3 Nov) with themed animal talks, seasonal arts & crafts and additional activities such as our Animals of Halloween exhibition in the park’s marquee. We’ve added some spooky fun events that are ideal for all ages with activities running from 12 to 4pm on the specified dates at the Large Marquee, beside Oasis Cafe.

Animals of Halloween Exhibition

Fota Education team have a variety of animal skulls and some rather spooky specials on show with some weird and wacky facts.

12 to 4pm Daily

Spooky Arts & Crafts

11 am – 2pm Daily (excl. Oct 31st!)

Fearsome Face Painting

Face painting is strictly ages 3+

3 – 5pm Daily (11 – 5pm on Oct 31st!)

 

Wildlife Talks with Education Team

Daily 26th Oct – 3rd Nov
11.00 Visitor Meet & Greet inside Main Gates
11.30 Indian Rhino
12.00 Siamang Gibbon
12.30 Asiatic Lion
12.45 Cheetah Run
14.15 Siamang Gibbon
14.30 Red Panda (Asian Sanctuary)
15.00 Sumatran Tiger
15.30 Eagle & Seal
16.00 Cheetah Run
16.30 Penguin Feeding

Daily Feeding Times

(Running until Nov 3rd)
10.45 Penguins
12.45 Cheetahs – Cheetah Run
2.15 Siamang Gibbons (by Palm Walk)
4.00 Cheetahs – Cheetah Run
4.30 Penguins
5.00 Seals

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