Individuals and families can enjoy wildlife such as deer, otters and wolves, and stay busy thanks to the many indoor and outdoor activities
What You'll Get
- What’s included: one or two adult tickets or a ticket for a family of four or five
- The collection of animals includes 13 species of deer and other animals which once roamed the Scottish countryside
- Amenities: free parking | toilets and baby changing facilities | picnic areas, inside and outside | hand washing facilities available | step-free access | first aid point
- Onsite refreshment kiosk available during summer
- Activities available: guided tours | birds of prey demonstrations | wild animal feeding, including otters, wolves, brown bears, lynxes, and Scottish wildcats | indoor play area | adventure playground | karting track | woodlands walks | treetop walk
- trailer rides available for £1.50 per person
- Age ranges for age-specific tickets: 3 - 15 are considered children | 16 and older are considered adults
- Free admission for children under 3
- Learn more about the activities here
The Fine Print
Expires 19 Apr 2020. Limit 5 per 1, 2, 4 or 5 people, may buy 10 additional as gift. No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival at the admission desk. Those aged 3-15 are considered children. 16 and over are considered adults. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Under 3s can enter for free. Additional visitors subject to the standard charge. Treetop Walkway is currently open. Valid Mon-Sun 10am-5pm. Valid for option purchased only.
About The Scottish Deer Centre
Showcasing Scottish wildlife and natural heritage, The Scottish Deer Centre invites wildlife admirers to get up close and personal with a host of native animals. The park features a variety of deer, including red deer, axis deer and hog deer, along with Chinese water deer, reindeer and the impressive European elk. However, it's not just deer that inhabit the park: guests can also see wildcats, otters and wolves, which can be watched during feeding times. Birds of prey feature as well, with flying demonstrations carried out on a regular basis. When kids aren't busy being fascinated by the animals, they can have their own little adventure in the play area.