Two animal parks in Kent are offering free children deals during this February half-term. The Aspinall Foundation, which owns and runs both Port Lympne Reserve and Howletts Wild Animal Park has posted the recent offer, which may be of interest to parents with not much else to do.
The offer states that up to three children, aged three to 15, free entry when accompanied by a full paying adult. The adult will be paying alright if they are looking after three children under 15!
enjoy the animals – if you can get near them due to kids running riot!
The offer, available at both Howletts in Bekesbourne and Port Lympne near Hythe is running until Saturday, February 29 and so includes both the February half term holiday and weekends.
But beware that the offer is only available if booked online as you cannot get the deal if you pay on the day.
Some of the attractions at Port Lympne include a ride on a safari truck to see the free roaming animals as well as the UK’s largest outdoor dinosaur exhibition, Dinosaur Forest. Please be aware that there are no real dinosaurs to be seen, which is a bit odd for an animal park.
Port Lympne also currently homes three lion cubs – who have a real taste for children under 15! (Not really!!) Take up the offer and have a great time, but do not blame us if the parks are swarming with thousands of irritating children.