West Midlands Safari ParkPlaces to Visit
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
*** COVID-19 UPDATE ***
Booking is essential! All tickets must be booked in advance online. Entry cannot be guaranteed for anyone who hasn’t booked online. Everyone visiting, including Annual Pass holders, those with Free Return Tickets and children under three, still need to pre-book tickets to ensure that numbers can be managed safely. Find out about the safety measures here.
West Midlands Safari Park
Are you ready to go on Safari and get up close to incredible animals from around the world? West Midlands Safari Park is a fantastic day out for the whole family.
Here's what to expect:
Safari Drive Through
Home to a herd of southern white rhino and one of the Park’s most popular sights and experiences – the elegant giraffe. Not to mention the well-known stripes of a zebra, prized Ankole cattle, ellipsen waterbuck, Congo buffalo, swamp-loving red lechwe, ostrich and the eland, largest of all antelope species.
An area of contrasts, from the amazing armoured greater one horned rhino to the dainty blackbuck.
Not forgetting of course the worlds rarest deer, the Philippine spotted deer and the endangered barasingha!
An area of the Safari drive-through that is home to some of the world’s greatest hunters. From magnificent and powerful tigers, to the world’s fastest land mammal – the cheetah. As well as a pack of rare African painted dogs, and the king of the beasts – the African lion.
See the fantastic and extremely clever African elephants as they explore their surroundings in Elephant Valley. Also see the young elephant, Sutton! He may be seen most days charging around Elephant Valley under the watchful gaze of Mum Five and Aunt Latabe.
Discovery Trail at West Midlands Safari Park
In the all-weather Discovery Trail, you can visit a variety of species and watch the informative animal encounters, talks & shows.
Observe the Humboldt penguins emerging from the water to “chill” on their beach. Wild Humboldt penguins live on the rocky islands and coasts of Peru and Northern Chile. Don’t miss the daily Penguin Feeds, where you get the chance to learn even more about these fascinating seabirds!
SEA LION THEATRE
Enter the specially designed theatre to watch the California sea lions show off their amazing skills in the daily shows, approx 15 minutes long.
Get up close to the amazing flock of rainbow lorikeets in this heated indoor exhibit. Their specially designed walk-through enclosure includes state of the art eco heating to help these Australasian parrots feel at home at a balmy 18*C. Lorikeet Landing provides the chance to walk amongst one of the largest flocks in the UK.
Visit some of the largest and most deadly reptiles from all around the globe. Everything from iguanas, and tree frogs to boas and anacondas. Watch a daily Reptile Talk from one of the expert reptile keepers.
Home to some of the creepiest crawliest creatures including fascinating tarantulas, infestations of hissing cockroaches, amazing leaf cutting ants and a plague of locusts!
Experience aquatic life from different regions of the world, including many of the tropical oceans and the Amazon river. Watch piranhas devouring their food, a clownfish or two hiding amongst the anemones, and brightly coloured reef fish from around the world.
The African Village houses three species of lemur, a mob of meerkats and a group of guineafowl!
Land of the Living Dinosaurs
See the UK’s largest animatronic Dinosaur attraction! Get ready to be transported back in time and see the story of the Dinosaurs unfold over millions of years…
- The first area you will come to is a time just before the dinosaurs appeared. The three animals in the Permian period are not actually dinosaurs – they are mammal-like reptiles (synapsids).
- Next is the beginning of the Mesozoic era where dinosaurs, mammals and flying reptiles first appear.
Here you will find the eoraptor, which is widely regarded as the first ‘true’ dinosaur.
- Widely known as the ‘Age of Reptiles’, the Jurassic period had creatures like the herbivorous stegosaurus, with its distinctive back plates and tail spikes and the mamenchisaurus with the longest neck compared to body of any dinosaur!
- Some of the most recognisable dinosaurs you will meet lived during this period, including velociraptor, triceratops, spinosaurus and the infamous T-rex – one of the largest land predators of all time!
Ice Age at West Midlands Safari Park
Go on a prehistoric journey of life on Earth after the dinosaurs became extinct. Wander through an enormous rumbling volcano and pass through a huge atmospheric ice cave…
Boj’s Giggly Park
Bring your little ones to Boj’s Giggly Park, the multi-sensory play area where kids can explore and play in the five interactive zones, designed specifically for younger visitors!
Adventure Theme Park at West Midlands Safari Park
Visit this link and select the height to find out which rides you and your family can go on!
2020 Ride Wristband Prices:
- Adult Wristband – £14.50 (16-64yrs)
- Child Wristband – £12.50 (up to 15 yrs)
- Concessions Wristband – £13.50 (Student & Senior 65+)
- Little Penguin Wristband – £8.00 (between 0.8m-1.0m in height)
- Little Penguin Accompanying Adult – £8.00
2020 Ride Ticket Prices:
- 1 Ride Ticket – £2.00
- 4 Ride Tickets – £7.00
- 6 Ride Tickets – £9.00
Please note: If your child is under 3 but tall enough to go on the rides, they will still need a wristband or ride tickets. These can be purchased on the day of your visit.
West Midlands Safari Park Map
Food & Drink at West Midlands Safari Park
Whether you prefer a restaurant-style family meal or to eat on the go, there is a great range of food & drink options to suit everyone:
- Dino Diner
- Burger Co.
- Lost City Food Court
- Adventure Food Court
- Refreshment Kiosks
Find all the details here.
All tickets must be booked in advance online. West Midlands Safari Park cannot guarantee entry for anyone who hasn’t booked online. Everyone visiting, including Annual Pass holders, those with Free Return Tickets and children under three, still need to pre-book tickets to ensure that numbers can be managed safely.
Admission Prices 2020:
- Adult – £24.00
- Child (3-15yrs) – £20.00
- Concessions (Student or Senior) – £22.00
- Under 3s – Free
A carer can be admitted free of charge when a guest with disabilities purchases a full price adult or child ticket. Please bring proof of blue badge, PIP or DLA on the day of your visit.
Free Return Ticket
Entitling the vehicle and paying occupants to a return visit to West Midland Safari & Leisure Park, within the same season. Date restrictions apply. Find out more at the Free Return Ticket FAQ page.
Whether you are arriving by car, coach or minibus, there are no parking charges.
|Monday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday||10:00 - 17:00|