Christmas secrets revealed at Wildwood Trust
Wildwood Trust announces enchanting woodland tours this Christmas season
From 5 December 2020 to 3 January 2021, Wildwood Trust will be welcoming visitors after dark to discover the magical yuletide secrets of its animals.
The popular wildlife park and conservation charity will welcome small groups to the ‘winter woodland tours’, where they will embark upon a guided adventure, fuelled with merry tales and magical legends of many native British animals, such as:
What is the yule cat
What do beavers store in their fridge for Christmas
Why are Santa’s reindeer all girls
How have forest plants become part of our festive traditions
A very special treat for festive revellers, the residents which are active at dusk and after night falls will be out during the tours, giving visitors a fantastic chance to spot these elusive animals.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a touch of indulgence; guests will be treated to a jug of mulled wine and a mince pie or festive cookie to keep them cosy on their winter walk.
Wildwood Trust received the ‘good to go’ seal of approval earlier this year from the national tourism board, Visit England’s ‘know before you go’ campaign and has been approved to the highest covid safety standards.
With guests set to be enchanted by the ancient woodland of Wildwood, while discovering the exciting legends of Britain’s past, the winter woodland tours are guaranteed to bring out the Christmas spirit in everyone who visits.
Dust off the sleigh and ride to https://wildwoodtrust.org/shop/experiences/winter-woodland-tour/ to book the tour.
About the winter woodland guides tours:
Every Saturday and Sunday from 5th December until 3rd January (not including Boxing Day).
Start 4.30pm and lasts 2 hours
The tour costs £20 per person
Limited number of participants per tour
All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Make sure to select both date and time when booking a slot.
About Wildwood Trust
Wildwood Trust opened in 1999 as a centre of excellence for the conservation of British wildlife, and was established as a registered charity in 2002. Wildwood is Kent's best British wildlife park.
Home to over 200 native animals, past and present and set in 40 acres of beautiful ancient woodland where visitors can see bears, wolves, bison, deer, owls, foxes, red squirrels, wild boar, lynx, wild horses, badgers and beavers plus many more.
As one of the leading British animal conservation charities in the UK, Wildwood Trust is dedicated to saving Britain's most threatened wildlife. Wildwood Trust has taken part in many ground-breaking conservation programmes to date, which include, saving the water vole, using wild horses to help restore Kent's most precious nature reserves, bringing the extinct European beaver back to Britain and returning the hazel dormouse & red squirrel to areas where they have been made extinct.