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: 12/2017, a customer wrote this review.
The plan for today was to get to the park, see the animals, have lunch and then visit Santa. After the snow we had last night the animals were not open until 11, not to worry we thought, we could visit Mrs Claus in her kitchen. Just to add, Mrs Claus… See more
The plan for today was to get to the park, see the animals, have lunch and then visit Santa. After the snow we had last night the animals were not open until 11, not to worry we thought, we could visit Mrs Claus in her kitchen. Just to add, Mrs Claus was excellent and interacted well with the children. The hot chocolate and the mince pies were a lovely touch and the dinosaur land looked amazing covered in snow. After a lovely lunch in the Explorer cafe we decided to queue at 12:45 for our 1pm slot to see Santa. It was freezing but the two boys (6 and 2) didn't mind as they were filled with excitement. Almost two hours later this excitement was lost! We had queued for over an hour before we reached the sleigh ride and then after getting on first we had to get of last and ended up behind three big families who were originally behind us! We then had to continue to queue for a further 40 or so minutes! Only one of the elf's tried to entertain the outside queue but disappeared after one song. Until we got inside there was nothing for the children to do so there were many tears around us. The inside was lovely decorated but by the time the boys got to that point they were extremely restless and fed up. Santa himself was good and even managed to engage my two year old in a conversation. We then had two lovely photos. The toy shop was smaller than anticipated but that made the choosing of the toy a quick process-a pool table and a guess who style game. We were so long queuing it was 3pm when we left the grotto which meant we couldn't see the animals! Ten minutes after getting home the toys were out and the pool table was instantly broken whilst trying to put the legs on. The guess who style game is almost unusable as each time you lift or close the flap it breaks! To be honest we (4 adults and 2 children) were disappointed with the Santa experience so we will not be going back next year and I will be recommending to others to not waste their money! What a shame! Collapse
Brilliant Santa safari!
Stay Date: 12/2017, kazza04 wrote this review.
We booked to see Santa at 930 on Sunday 3rd December. Taking a 6 year old, 3 year old and 11 month baby, the whole experience was fabulous. The staff were all in character and trying extra hard to go above and beyond - particularly the crazy elf girl… See more
We booked to see Santa at 930 on Sunday 3rd December. Taking a 6 year old, 3 year old and 11 month baby, the whole experience was fabulous. The staff were all in character and trying extra hard to go above and beyond - particularly the crazy elf girl in the craft centre who was brilliant! As we were early there were no queues, we had a lovely sleigh ride to the North Pole and then our visit with Santa who was charming and put everyone at ease. The kids got to choose their own pressie from Santa’s workshop which they really enjoyed and the complimentary photos were great. Then we visited Mrs Claus (Santa is definitely punching above his weight ;-) ) and had delicious cookies and mince pies with hot chocolate. We had booked the 1030 bus safari, our guide (from Blackpool) was great, very knowledgable and friendly. There weren’t loads of animals about but that’s the time of year I guess. We still enjoyed it. Then we had a couple of hours round the rest of the safari park, including the new boj Park which was fabulous! The craft centre is also a lovely touch to let the kids do colouring and sticking write a letter to Santa. The whole day as brilliant and well worth the money. Would definitely recommend. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2017, Christian B wrote this review.
We have just visited the safari park. The safari was good as always and the new Boj playground is an excellent new addition enjoyed by my daughters. We were booked onto the Santa safari between 15:00-15:30, we arrived at 15;00 and after waiting 30 mi… See more
We have just visited the safari park. The safari was good as always and the new Boj playground is an excellent new addition enjoyed by my daughters. We were booked onto the Santa safari between 15:00-15:30, we arrived at 15;00 and after waiting 30 mins we made it into what we thought was Santa, nope it was a Santa sleigh ride which was good for the kids but as we were the first in the queue we sat at the front, after the ride, the people behind us got off first so we ended up behind two sets of families that were originally behind us. Having been on this we thought Santa was thru the doors, nope it was more queuing. Once we got to Santa after an hour of queuing he was very good, maybe in peek times they need more Santa rooms. We enjoyed looking round the park which was very Christmassy and the staff were very helpful. We would go again but would keep in mind the time it took to get to Santa with 2 young children. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Katie E wrote this review.
Amazing and total worth every penny. Amazing fireworks, amazing food, amazing atmosphere. The only thing I have to say is the rides are a little old now and could do with a few new ones coming in but all looked amazing at night with the lights.
Amazing and total worth every penny. Amazing fireworks, amazing food, amazing atmosphere. The only thing I have to say is the rides are a little old now and could do with a few new ones coming in but all looked amazing at night with the lights. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Timcross wrote this review.
Made our annual trek here for bonfire night along with the Mrs one of my sons and his partner along with my grandson and stepson local radio station were doing the music along with the show and what a show one of the best displays around, attendance … See more
Made our annual trek here for bonfire night along with the Mrs one of my sons and his partner along with my grandson and stepson local radio station were doing the music along with the show and what a show one of the best displays around, attendance was very good and you can see why. Collapse
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