Do you have car parking facilities?

Is there somewhere to eat and drink near you?

Please call or email us for more details and to make a booking. Contact details are availible on our Contact Us page. Alternatively you can pop into the tearoom and ask for Lisa to have a chat.

At the moment we do not have any free-ranging animals.

Do you have free-ranging animals?


We have an on-site, organic and fresh produce tearoom at the centre for a great selection of homemade cakes, light lunches including homemade soup, toasties, salads and much more, Fresh Orkney Roastery Coffee and speciality teas as well as our Fernvalley special hot chocolate, made with real chocolate from the Pittenweem Chocolate Company, Fife. See our Tearoom page for more details or pop in for a visit. Our tearoom is open independantly so you don't have to pay to enter if you are just wanting to drop in for lunch and cake. (Entry fees only apply if you would like to visit our animals)

Are you disabled Access?

Can we touch the animals?

We have a fully disabled access tearoom and toilets. However, due to costs we are currently saving for a lift that will allow full disabled access to our animals. Disabled parking is available and is located close to the front entrance on the concreted area.

One World...Love It

Animal meet and greet sessions are available daily and are supervised by an animal keeper. The animals that take part may vary due to us having a strict "rest day" policy for our residents to prevent them becoming stressed. Daily meet and greet events are listed on the board in the tearoom by the entry doors on the day of your visit.

Please Note: Not all of our animals can be touched, those that can will be brought out by a keeper.

How dO I book a group or school visit?

Yes! We have a free car park at the centre for visitors.

We are an environmentally friendly establishment so if at all possible please car share and use Orkney's public transport wherever possible. We are only a short walk from Tingwall Ferry where buses run regularly from Kirkwall and Stromness.

Please note: Owners park their cars at their own risk and Fernvalley Wildlife Centre holds no responsability to loss or damage of vehicle or contents.