West Midland Safari Park
There's a really fun day out for children of all ages at West Midland Safari Park, that includes going on a real safari to see real wild animals, there's lions and tigers; giraffe and rhino; elephants and zebra along with all kinds of deer that love to be stroked and fed.
Animal food is for sale on arrival and it really is worth getting some for these special encounters.
After your safari there are all kinds of things to do, like visiting Discovery Trail and seeing Penguin Cove. It;¢s wonderful to see the penguins swimming under water and meeting their keeper.
There's also a Sea Lion Show: it's always great fun for the audience and the Sea Lions! There's also Reptile World; Creepy Crawlies; Seaquarium and a Twilight Cave to enjoy.
Now time to let off steam in the amusement area that is packed with all kinds of family friendly rides and attractions, including Cubs Kingdom which is especially designed for the tots. (All charged extra).
Not far away is the African Village that comes complete with thatched village huts and lots of sheep and goats to pet and feed. You'll also find Meerkat Mayhem here!
Explorers Family Restaurant for sit down meals; Oasis Bar for drinks and baguettes; Botswana Burger Bar for sit down fast food; Hot and Spicy take away. Sweet Shop: ice creams, pick and mix, rock and drinks; Port Livingstone Pizza take away; Car Park Grill take away.
In Explorers Cafe: Salads, Jacket Potatoes (generally weekends), Pasta, Fresh fruit and fruit pots.
Soft toys, Ornaments, Stationery items, Pictures and Guide books available.
Disabled toilets available. Baby changing: A separate unit in Car Park toilet block. Incorporated within the disabled toilet in the Explorers Restaurant and Discovery Trail toilet block. A separate unit in the Adventure Theme Park Area toilet block.
Baby food is on sale and milk warming facilities are available in the Explorers' Cafe.
West Midland Safari Park is situated on the main A456 between Kidderminster and Bewdley. Postcode: DY12 1LF
The safari at West Midland Safari Park is about four miles long and can get busy during school holidays, best to get at the Park for opening. If you are late getting there, consider going to see the Discovery Trail and other attractions first and returning to the animal reserves in the afternoon. Normally it takes about one hour and fifteen minutes to drive around. The Walking with Lemurs exhibit is unsuitable for prams and pushchairs. The park is only open weekends in winter.
If you've had fun on your family day out to West Midland Safari Park, tell us about it your visit, so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.
It may be worth checking out West Midland Safari Park's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
Herefordshire and Worcestershire
Telephone: 01299 402114
Adults (16 to 64 years): £19.99
Children (3 to 15 years): £14.99
Under 3s: FREE Opening Times: 2015 Opening Details:
Daily from 10am.
14th February to 6th November 2015
Last Admission 4pm
Park Closes 5pm
See events schedule through the link.
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