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Fota Wildlife Park is Cork's most visited Tourist Attraction and has been awarded best family day out in Cork and Munster. The Park is set on 70 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour only 15 minutes from Cork City (top 10 in...more
We were a group of 3 adults and 4 children. Our youngest daughter is 5 and a wheelchair user and the park is totally accessible for wheelchairs. We entered the park and bought 4 maps for the children. We had a really lovely day. Towards...More
We visited Fota today with our nearly 5 year old daughter who has type 1 diabetes.
I contacted bookings in advance as I had heard there was a lot of walking and that scooters etc were not allowed. This was a concern for us as...More
Fota is a wonderful experience for young and old alike. if you are in the area it a must see, they have extended and improved Fota a lot in the last few years. There are a lot of wonderful animals to see, the feeding of...More
What a lovely place.
We went in the rain and it was very quiet so the animals weren't spooked.
A lot were taking shelter so we didn't see them but the ones that were out gave us great pictures.
We loved this place and would...More
We have yearly membership here and I have to say we enjoy every trip. I personally think it is better then Dublin Zoo and would love to see elephants and hippos oh and of course gorillas ... would be amazing
The park has great variety with a large no.of different animals to see. The walk around the park is very pleasant and you can get very close to the animals who all look happy and well cared for. There is also a little train option...More
We drove from Kerry over. It was an over cast day but dry. I was there as a child and remembered the main big field but it has expanded a lot since then. Very interesting to see animal. Some enclosures a bit too over grown...More