Kids Go Free offer for Howletts and Port Lympne for February half term 2020

Kids can visit two wild animal parks in Kent for free this half term.

The Aspinall Foundation, which owns and runs both Port Lympne Reserve and Howletts Wild Animal Park, has posted an offer which is likely to be music to the ears of cash-strapped parents ahead of next week's week-long school break.

Both wild animal parks are offering free entry for children
Both wild animal parks are offering free entry for children

Both parks are offering up to three children, aged three to 15, free entry when accompanied by a full paying adult.

The offer, is available at both Howletts in Bekesbourne and Port Lympne near Hythe.

The deal is running until Saturday, February 29 and so includes both the February half term holiday and weekends.

But interested visitors can only claim the deal by booking online, the offer is not available at either gatehouse on arrival, and this must be done by midnight of the day before.
Attractions at Port Lympne include the chance to climb aboard a safari truck to see the free roaming animals as well as the UK’s largest outdoor dinosaur exhibition, Dinosaur Forest. The reserve is also currently home to three lion cubs!

The trio of lion cubs. All pictures: The Aspinall Foundation (28828837)
The trio of lion cubs. All pictures: The Aspinall Foundation (28828837)

Whilst visitors to Howletts can see the largest herd of African elephants in the UK, walk with lemurs and explore the Animals of the Ice Age attraction.

For further information about visiting Port Lympne and to book your tickets click here. For more information about Howletts, near Canterbury, click here.

For more suggestions of things to do with the kids during half term please click here.

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