Autumn Alfa Day – Tickets now on sale
Nick Wright |
11 August 2021 |
Autumn Alfa Day is Sunday 12th September at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park! To purchase tickets please CLICK HERE
Yorkshire Wildlife Park Nr Doncaster DN4 6TB 10.00 to 17.00 hrs
As numbers are restricted, entry to this event is by advance ticket only.
Please do not turn up without a ticket as there will be no facility to pay on the gate.
Please note the wildlife park closes at 17.00 hrs
Yorkshire Wildlife Park has come along way since opening in April 2009. A fantastic wildlife park with walking safaris through a lion reserve, as well as tigers, meerkats and lemurs. Now a dynamic centre for conservation and welfare, the park has over 400 animals with over 70 different species.
A new 150 acre site opened to the public in 2021, bringing more ground-breaking animal reserves and new species to the Park.
Members and non members are welcome to join us, but non members must be in an Alfa Romeo please!
Assistance dogs are allowed. No other animals are allowed on site.
Tickets for Autumn Alfa Day include entry to the Wildlife Park.
DIRECTIONS TO AUTUMN ALFA DAY
PLEASE NOTE: Autumn Alfa Day is held at the old entrance to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, so please follow these directions to arrive. The exact location can be found at what3words as “fleet.camp.hogs”, HERE
Enter Post Code DN4 6TB. The entrance to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park is new The Post Code DN4 6TB will direct you to the established roads opposite the entrance. Once you reach the destination please follow the AROC signs directing you to the old Yorkshire Wildlife Park Car Park.
From M18 Junction 3
Yorkshire Wildlife Park can now be easily accessed from the M18 via the new FARRRS link road. Leave the M18 at Junction 3 and exit onto the new “Great Yorkshire Way”, signposted “Yorkshire Wildlife Park”. Follow this A-road for approximately two miles until you reach a traffic light junction at the A638. Take the left lane signposted “Armthorpe”, join the A638, then after approximately 300 meters turn right onto Warning Tongue Lane. The park entrance is approximately half a mile along Warning Tongue lane on the right, just after the bridge. Look for the AROC signs.
From the A1
Join the M18 at Junction 35 and follow the instructions above.
From the M1
Join the M18 at Junction 32 and follow the instructions above.