About Beale Park
Beale Park is an outdoor wildlife park formed in 1956 by converting a private farmland into a non-profit making charitable trust. It is situated by the River Thames at Lower Basildon, Reading, United Kingdom and is being built to accommodate visitors in different age groups. A collection of small, exotic animals and farm animals can be found at Beale Park along with a wide variety of birds, some of which are threatened with extinction. Aside from being a home to a mixture of animals, Beale Park also provides visitors with relaxation and enjoyment in nature through several interesting gardens, unusual pieces of sculptures featured in the grounds, and trails and lakes all around the park. Beale Park also stages and hosts a variety of events all throughout the year. Season date runs from February 8th to November 4th and during these dates, it is open 7 days a week. Admission prices are indicated on their website. Online booking is also an option if you want to get low-priced admission. You may also book for group visits, children’s birthday parties, and school visits where pupils get worksheets and hands-on workshops for both learning and adventure.Beale Park is committed to the conservation of rare and endangered species and believes that the protection of these animals, plants and ecosystems is vitally important. Hence, they are also involved in managing conservation projects and support several others. The main source of funding for these important projects is from ticket receipts of visitors of the park.So come and visit Beale Park! Not only do you get to see a collection of exotic animals, enjoy and relax in nature, but you also get to help out in protecting and saving countless animal lives just by visiting this traditional park.