IN NEWS ON 17TH FEB 2022

Update – February 18th Fota Wildlife Park Closed

Fota Wildlife Park will close Friday Feb 18th 2022 due to the predicted extreme weather of Storm Eunice.

We are currently contacting bookings for this date, if you booked to visit the park for this date please stand by for a direct contact update on your booking.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused. This decision is for the safety of the our visitors as well as our animals & staff. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

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