How to get here
Beale Wildlife Park is conveniently located at Lower Basildon, 6 miles from Reading on the A329 between Pangbourne and Streatley.
We are 7 miles north-west of Reading, on the west side of the A329. If you are driving, please leave the M4 at exit 12 and follow the brown signs for Beale Park and Pangbourne.
Parking is free.
Sat Nav Users – Please use the postcode RG8 9NW.
Pangbourne train station is approximately 1.4 miles from Beale Wildlife Park. If you are travelling by train you can get off at Pangbourne station and get a taxi to Beale Wildlife Park (it is only about a 3 minute car journey from the station). It’s best to pre-book a taxi as there is no taxi rank at this station.
It is possible to walk to Beale Wildlife Park from Pangbourne station, but please be advised that it is around a 25 minute walk along a main road.
There is a limited bus service to the Park. For details click here.
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