West Midland Safari and Leisure Park Ticket & Hotel Deals
West Midland Safari & Leisure Park, Bewdley, DY12 1LF.
- It is home to the largest group of meerkats and white lions in the UK
- The Safari Park has over 165 species of exotic animals
- There are plenty of animals, rides and attractions for everyone to enjoy!
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Home to some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered animals, West Midlands Safari Park is a great day out for the whole family.
About West Midland Safari Park
With a menagerie of over 1700 animals including elephants, cheetahs, giraffes and rhinos, the award-winning West Midlands Safari Park is a heaven for animal lovers. This attraction is unique as it is a 4-mile, self-drive safari in which you can travel through the animal exhibits in your own vehicle. Some of the animal exhibits along the Discovery Trail include 'Penguin Cove', 'Sea Lion Shows', 'Meet the Meerkats', 'Twilight Cave', 'Elephant Valley', 'Seaquarium', 'Reptile House' and 'Creepy Crawlies'. The safari park is also home to an Adventure Theme Park and and a Tiny Tots Theme Park, with plenty of rides and attractions for all ages.
West Midland Safari Park Highlights
- Experience feeding some of the animals which you encounter on your special self-drive safari
- The Adventure Theme Park has 28 exciting rides and attractions for kids and big kids alike
- Smaller explorers will be in their element at the Tiny Tots Theme Park
What Makes it Super
The safari park is a great day out because you can drive through as many times as you wish, meaning that if you miss something the first time, you can always drive back through. If you’d prefer not to drive, you can book a guided minibus tour and be driven around the park – please ask for details upon arrival – early booking is recommended as it is very popular. In the amusement park area of the park there is the Tiny Tots Theme Park - an area that has been created especially for young adventurers. (Theme parks are open during the summer season only & rides are charged extra).
West Midland Safari Park Reviews
A great day out with plenty to see and do
Stay Date: 01/2017, Brad P wrote this review.
We started a year long family membership at the start of 2017 and we intend to try and visit once a month to watch things change over the seasons. Going during these cold months was actually a great idea. Although a lot of the shops and attractions… See more
We started a year long family membership at the start of 2017 and we intend to try and visit once a month to watch things change over the seasons. Going during these cold months was actually a great idea. Although a lot of the shops and attractions were closed there was also hardly any tourists. This meant we could take our time driving around the safari section of the park, stopping where we pleased and taking in the sights. We've been here a few times over the years during the summer months and on very busy days it can start to feel a bit like sitting in a traffic jam, with your views obscured by cars in the other lane. So don't be put off going at this time of year! The safari itself will take you around an hour to get through, depending on how much you want to stop and watch and how much traffic is around on that particular day. There's plenty of different enclosures and as its very open there's always different sights to take in. You might be watching the white tigers rolling over, basking in the sun, Camels insisting their head needs to be in your car, or naughty wild dogs running through the safety gates in order to try and fight with the other animals. After the safari there's plenty of other sections to walk around including a variety of food and gift shops. Food is pretty expensive and service isn't great, the woman service us was quite blunt and looked as though we were an inconvenience to her. That being said, the rest of the experience was great. There's a reptile house, sea life section, meerkats, lemurs... the list goes on. In fact there was so much to see that we didn't actually get around the entire park despite there being hardly any queues or tourists. There's a new dinosaur area which is great for kids. Unlike some of the museums where there's some fossils and fiberglass models, there animals are more like animatronics. These life sized dinos swing tails, roar, snort and move their heads around. There's not a great amount to walk around here but its a change of pace after sitting in the car. Minor gripes: - The sinks in the toilets all seemed to provide only cold water - The cafes are on the expensive side and the service is slow Collapse
Second New Years Eve Visit
Stay Date: 12/2016, paulineclifton wrote this review.
As previously Spring Grove house was beautiful with the large tree in the entrance hall.Plenty of canapés and Champagne offered before dinner.The staff were attentative and the restaurant a wonderful place to sit.Menu seemed the same as the previous … See more
As previously Spring Grove house was beautiful with the large tree in the entrance hall.Plenty of canapés and Champagne offered before dinner.The staff were attentative and the restaurant a wonderful place to sit.Menu seemed the same as the previous year,I would like a change next year as find the Beef Wellington stodgy and the carrots a strange flavour.Good to have Dalphinoise potatoes added though. Great ambiance and enjoyed dancing and the firework display.No bagpipes this year. Collapse
Plenty to do and good family day out
Stay Date: 12/2016, gillmoore wrote this review.
We have visited several times over the last few months - the free return voucher makes it good value and my two year old loves all the animals, especially walking around the lemur enclosure and the sea lion show. The safari is brilliant with a wide … See more
We have visited several times over the last few months - the free return voucher makes it good value and my two year old loves all the animals, especially walking around the lemur enclosure and the sea lion show. The safari is brilliant with a wide range of animals that seem well cared for but it can get really busy and it's worth bearing in mind that it can take a good couple of hours to get around with no opportunity to get out, which may be difficult with young children. We'll definitely keep coming back. We came for the fireworks display and that was great. The only downside is the food is not that good, but that's a minor issue and in the summer you could bring a packed lunch as there is an area to sit in to have them. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2016, Chloe B wrote this review.
Came here with my boyfriend and it was absolutely terrible. Despite the fact that it was so busy and we were basically sat in traffic for the whole time going around the safari park, there was no animals in sight apart from giraffes right at the end … See more
Came here with my boyfriend and it was absolutely terrible. Despite the fact that it was so busy and we were basically sat in traffic for the whole time going around the safari park, there was no animals in sight apart from giraffes right at the end of the safari where we actually took the fast exit so we could get out. Everyone's cars were breaking down as there clutch had Burnt out... ours nearly did so we had to have a walk around the park bit for a couple of hours to give the car a rest. The safari was terrible, so bad that I actually went to reception and complained. I asked for my money back as we didn't see any animals and it was just bloody awful, the lady at reception then told me that they don't give out refunds but she could give me a free pass to come again, I wasn't happy with this as I never want to go again. Then another man came in with the same problem and got a refund straight away, the customer service was so unprofessional. Also be aware that the safari park has massive hills so you need to be good at clutch control haha or go in a car that's automatic then you won't have a problem. When we was there we saw about 7 cars break down and they had to get towed away. Collapse
Great place to visit if you love animals
Stay Date: 06/2016, Sc00byD0 wrote this review.
This was part of a tour we went on, we had the luxury of being on a coach, so I would say we had a better view going around the safari. We went in June and it was very hot day (which makes a nice change) you had a mixture of animals walking around z… See more
This was part of a tour we went on, we had the luxury of being on a coach, so I would say we had a better view going around the safari. We went in June and it was very hot day (which makes a nice change) you had a mixture of animals walking around zones freely, other animals were behind wire fences. Once you have completed the tour, you have plenty on offer in the adjacent area, plenty of places to eat, you can attend briefings, the only disappointment was that if you wanted to see the sea lions show, you need to queue up and be in the area in plenty of time, the big gates are closed promptly so make sure you are on time! There is also a small fun fair towards the back of the park where you can purchase different coloured bands for different times etc. Collapse
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