Flamingo Land Contact

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Flamingo Land is a theme park, zoo and holiday resort in Yorkshire, UK.

Why would I need to contact Flamingo Land customer service?

  • To book advance tickets for a visit to Flamingo Land.
  • To book a holiday.
  • To purchase a season pass.
  • To find out the Flamingo Land opening times.
  • To get directions to the park.
  • To find out about vacancies in the park.
  • To get more information about events such as Party in the Park or 10k run.
  • To purchase a holiday home.
  • To make a complaint about your experience at Flamingo Land.

Theme Park

The Flamingo Land theme park has seven unique themed areas for you to enjoy. The areas include Children’s Planet for younger visitors, the African plains of the Lost Kingdom and the wet world of Splosh! There are eight extreme rides for adrenaline junkies as well as over a dozen family orientated attractions. If you need to take a break from the rides, there is a 4D cinema. Alternatively, you can take in one of the regular free shows such as the acrobatic Bongo Warriors. There are also lots of activities for children including soft surface play areas both indoors and outdoors. If you get hungry during the day, there are many food outlets for you to refuel at, such as Jolly Sailor fish and chips as well as Costa and Starbucks. There’s also a dedicated family pub called The Coach House. If you are not a fan of queuing for rides, there is a Q buster pass which allows you to pre-book rides online for a dedicated time.


flamingo landAway from the theme park, you will find a zoo. The zoo has many different animals, such as tigers, black rhinos, giraffes and penguins, as well as an area for farm animals. There’s also regular handling sessions and talks to help you learn about the animal kingdom. The Zoo Team aims to create environments which mimic the animal’s natural habitat. A number of the animals in the zoo are part of international breeding programmes which help to protect endangered species in the wild. There are also plenty of ways to get involved in the zoo, from zookeeper experiences to animal encounters.

Holiday Resort

A short distance away from the theme park and zoo, Flamingo Land has a holiday resort. It’s a private village with a range of accommodation options such as holiday homes, cottages, log cabins and even a lodge with a hot tub. The park also welcomes tents, motorhomes and touring caravans. There is a selection of leisure activities available such as a leisure and fitness centre with a steam room and fully equipped gym. There is also a 9 hole golf course. The resort also has The Club, a venue packed with an entertainment programme of comedy, cabaret, dance and live music. The holiday resort is open fully from March-October.

Flamingo Land Prices (2016)

Adults & Children (Over four years)- Online £31, on the day £37.

Two consecutive day tickets- Online £44, on the day £50.

Children aged three and under go free.

Senior/disabled guests- £25

Family ticket (2 adults 2 children or 1 adult 3 children)- Online £100, on the day £116.

Season pass- £115.


Are there places to eat in Flamingo Land?
Are there any places to camp near Flamingo Land?
Are there any lockers at Flamingo Land?
How much does a Flamingo Land Q-Buster cost?
Do Flamingo Land have an email address?

Are there places to eat in Flamingo Land?

At Flamingo Land, there is a selection of restaurants, cafes and bars throughout the resort. They have a Costa and Starbucks on site to suit your early morning coffee needs. Below you can find the list of restaurants available to you at Flamingo Land:

The Coach House,

The Coach House specialises in traditional pub grub. It also serves a breakfast menu and has a licensed bar. As well as this, it has healthier and vegetarian options for those on a vegetarian diet.

The Diner.

The Diner offers American style meals and breakfasts, which include pancake stacks. They also offer American style hotdogs and burgers, as well as a dessert menu.

The Gourmet Grill

The Grill offers a range of steaks and burgers, as well as a variety of other meals to suit your tastes and needs. It also offers a Vegetarian menu as well as nut and gluten free options.

The Jolly Sailor

The Jolly Sailor offers an all you can eat buffet from £8.95. You can also grab a Starbucks coffee from this establishment.

Metropolis Bar and Grill

The Metropolis Bar and Grill is one of Flamingo Land’s most luxurious restaurants. It has an extensive daytime menu and lite bite lunch menu. As well as this, you can grab a traditional Yorkshire breakfast from 9.30-11am every morning. This restaurant also has a stocked bar, so you can enjoy a glass of wine or a drink of your choice.

Desi Spice Land

This Indian inspired restaurant is an all you can eat restaurant which also features an extensive menu for you to choose from. Its mix of meat and vegetable dishes makes it a great stop for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.

There are also a selection of Cafes throughout the park and eateries if you wish to eat on the go. For more information on any of the restaurants, ring the number above and quote the name of the restaurant you wish to know more about.

Are there any places to camp near Flamingo Land?

There are a number of places to camp near the Flamingo Land resort. below you can find a list of campsites within walking and driving distance to the theme park:

Wolds Way Caravan And Camping – situated in the countryside, this camping site is great for facilities. 

Ashfield Caravan & Camping Park – 5-star reviews and within walking distance to the theme park.

Carr House Farm – Dog-friendly and in a great location

Black Bull Caravan Park – Great for caravans and camping alike.

Are there any lockers at Flamingo Land?

Unfortunately Flamingo Land do not offer a locker service, however, they do offer a pass out system. This allows you to leave the park to grab items from your vehicle and return to the park on the same day.

How much does a Flamingo Land Q-Buster cost?

The Q-Buster allows you to jump the queue on rides throughout the park. The prices range from £2 per person per ride, to £25 per person for the whole day unlimited ride access.

Do Flamingo Land have an email address?

The park does have an email ID, which is info@flamingoland.co.uk. However, if you wish to make a complaint, you can ring the number above or contact them via their complaint form, which can be found on their website.

About Flamingo Land

Flamingo Land is located in North Yorkshire, England. It was established back in 1959 when businessman Edward Hick purchased the land of a bankrupt country club to turn it into a zoo. A flamingo colony was the first type of animal to be housed on the site. There was a small funfair on the land throughout the 1960’s and in 1970 the amusement park became a permanent fixture. In 1963 the park was home to the UK’s first captive dolphins, and this meant that Flamingo Land was the first place in Europe to combine an amusement park with a zoo. However, the park only became known as Flamingo Land in 1974 after it underwent a major revamp, with the emphasis being placed on the park as a day out destination. The owners, Scotia Leisure sold the site to Robert Gibb, a former employee, in 1978. He put together a plan to develop Flamingo Land as a national attraction, in 1991, Gibb developed the Bullet and Thunder Mountain rides.

Gibb later died in 1995, however, his three children now run and maintain the park and zoo.


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