Cotswold Wildlife Park, Burford
Cotswold Wildlife park state they have one of the world’s best learning environments – 160 acres of highly accessible parkland, 300 species of animal and outstanding gardens. As well as a safe and exciting place for a family day out, they can also offer a range of talks and tours for school visits too. They put on a number of daily activities including Penguin Feeding, Brass Rubbing, Lemur Feeding Talks and many more including a narrow-gauge Railway that runs during April to October (weather permitting) and takes you all around the Park: All fares £1.00, under 3's free of charge.
They also offer child and baby sized portions in the restaurant of adult meals as well as a free-to-use microwave. They have plenty of baby changing facilities and the park is pushchair friendly. Not only that but you can also get back to your car at any point of the day.