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
Stay Date: 10/2017, danfto wrote this review.
This attraction should be top of your list. Totally impressed with this place and I'm a lil bit of a victor meldrew. Well worth the 4.5hr round trip and would make a 6 hr round trip to go again.
This attraction should be top of your list. Totally impressed with this place and I'm a lil bit of a victor meldrew. Well worth the 4.5hr round trip and would make a 6 hr round trip to go again. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Charlene M wrote this review.
A fantastic morning was lovely to see the animals, again. Would definitely return next year. A return voucher is well worth returning for.
A fantastic morning was lovely to see the animals, again. Would definitely return next year. A return voucher is well worth returning for. Collapse
Spooky Spectacular Safari
Stay Date: 10/2017, Kingphil41 wrote this review.
Used our summer ‘return for free’ ticket yesterday and made fantastic use out of it. Arrived about 9.50am (for opening at 10.00am ) and past the pay booth by 10.03 ready for the ‘Spooky Spectacular’ Decided to park up and explore, rather than head … See more
Used our summer ‘return for free’ ticket yesterday and made fantastic use out of it. Arrived about 9.50am (for opening at 10.00am ) and past the pay booth by 10.03 ready for the ‘Spooky Spectacular’ Decided to park up and explore, rather than head straight to the safari as kids always like to do the Land of the Living Dinosaurs and Lorikeet Landing first. Rather disappointed that Lorikeet Landing was closed (and remained closed all day), as it’s good to get the little cup of nectar and feed these amazing looking birds – but nevertheless, these things happen so we made our way looking at the other attractions. There were two members of staff dressed up as witches, enticing guests to join the ‘Trick or Treat Trail’. They were fantastic and really getting into character and we duly took part as my young son does enjoy hunting these clues and the prize at the end. The ride section opened at 11am, so we headed to the wristband office and after being parted with £50 (two adult/two children wrist bands) enjoyed the rides to the best of our ability. All the staff manning these rides were dressed up in Halloween costumes and really went out of their way to interact with us, which made the day more enjoyable. The member of staff working on the Rhino ride was brilliant. Very attentive, polite and kind and considerate to all the guests. We spent a few hours enjoying ourselves on the rides and then headed to Lemur woods and listened to the Lemur talk. Here, were were treated to around 20 minutes of Lemur activity as they were very brave and decided to play in and amongst the visitors and we were able to capture several lovely close up photos of these beautiful animals. The new ‘Boj Giggly Park’ was a massive hit and my five year old really enjoyed himself here (as did I) whilst my 12 year old daughter and wife decided to sit on the bench enjoying a latte and some snacks which were being sold here. We then headed back to the car and drove around the main safari – which was very busy and took a lot longer than it normally does (this was around 2.30pm). As it was so busy, we took the short cut and avoided the lion/tiger part, which probably saved us about an hour as the traffic was just stationery. We then decided to come back into the park, so watched the sea lion show (which was slightly better than normal) and then walked around as it started to turn dark, therefore allowing us to really enjoy the atmosphere and all the lights they had put up for Halloween. We also collected our ‘Trick or Treat Trail’ prize (which thankfully was a treat) and again this was performed by a member of staff dressed as a witch who really went out of her way to put a show on for my two children. It is a totally different experience at night time in the park (this was the first time we have stayed for that long), but I would certainly recommend it and more of the character’s (staff members dressed up) are walking in and around the park, interacting with the guests). We stayed for a bite to eat (expensive for what we got) – but the kids wolfed it down, so I think they enjoyed it and then headed home about 8pm after a fantastic 10 hours spent in this wonderful entertainment arena. Collapse
West Midlands Car Park.
Stay Date: 10/2017, Bigcov wrote this review.
To begin with if you like like the M25 at 6pm on a Friday, then this is the place for you. The Safari driving route was a traffic jam simulator with various, lethargic animals scattered about on the park. It took forever to get round due to shear a… See more
To begin with if you like like the M25 at 6pm on a Friday, then this is the place for you. The Safari driving route was a traffic jam simulator with various, lethargic animals scattered about on the park. It took forever to get round due to shear amount of vehicles on the route. and at then end I had to take a short cut across a field of giraffes to end the misery of my wife complaining about needing the toilet. Overall a bad experience in the car, however the park did redeem itself slightly with the kids play area, which to be fair was great fun for the little ones. Collapse
Queue after queue, we were bored
Stay Date: 10/2017, xxxbubblesxxx wrote this review.
Came on a Sunday, clearly everyone arrived at the same time and too many people were allowed in. It felt like we queued all afternoon. We were bored and the kids were too. Huge disappointment.
Came on a Sunday, clearly everyone arrived at the same time and too many people were allowed in. It felt like we queued all afternoon. We were bored and the kids were too. Huge disappointment. Collapse
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