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Wildwood Escot is currently closed

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In the meantime, as a precaution and following the latest Government advice on coronavirus and social distancing, Wildwood remains closed to the public. Please see our full statement here

Amazing Animals, magnificent Maze, outdoor Adventure Play, indoor Soft Play, terrific Traversing Walls, heart-stopping Drop-Slide, 40 Meter Zip Line, authentic Saxon Village…

​Yes, it’s not easy to fit it all in but if you’re up to the challenge you’ll be rewarded with a fabulous, fun-filled family day out in the beautiful Devon countryside.

​Lose yourself in the world class Maze and then find yourself on the tranquil woodland trails. Marvel at our amazing collection of British wildlife past and present including Wolves, Lynx and Wildcat.

​Relax as the kids explore the Indoor Soft Play, Outdoor Adventure Play, the thrilling 40M Zip Line, Traversing Walls, Trampoline and the terrifying Tree-Top-Drop-Slide.

​Follow the timetable throughout as our friendly keepers introduce you to the animals including the adorable Otters and the fantastic Red Squirrels in our amazing walkthrough woodland enclosure.

​Fly back in time with a taste of early medieval costume, craft and culture in our authentic Saxon Village and don’t forget to make time to enjoy a hot lunch or snacks in the historic Coach House Cafe and round it off with some of our delicious homemade cakes and biscuits.

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