Can you use Blue Light Card West Midlands Safari Park?
We are proud to partner with Blue Light Card and Defence Discount Service to be able to offer their members a discount to visit West Midland Safari Park.
Can you drive around West Midlands Safari Park more than once?
Yes, you can drive around the Safari as many times as you wish.
What does blue light card do?
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What does Bluelight card cover?
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How much does it cost to stay at West Midlands Safari Park?
Low Season – £179 per adult per night and £152 per child per night. Mid Season – £219 per adult per night and £162 per child per night. High Season – £259 per adult per night and £172 per child per night. Children under the age of 3 are free of charge.
How much does it cost to go to Safari Park?
Terms & Conditions for Wildlife Safari (Admission and Parking not included)
|Adult (ages 16+)||$95.00||0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9|
|Child (ages 3-15) maximum 2 children per adult||$95.00||0 1 2 3|
Can you feed animals at West Midlands Safari Park?
You can feed certain animals around the Safari and in our walk-through attractions. You can purchase Animal Feed when you arrive to feed the deer, antelope and giraffe around the Safari. Nectar, fish and mealworms can also be purchased to feed our lorikeets, penguins and meerkats at certain times in the day.
How many elephants are at West Midlands Safari Park?
In May 2014, the park’s Elephant Valley became home to the first male African elephant successfully born through AI in the UK; he is called Sutton. In 2021, construction of a new elephant reserve was completed. Currently the park holds two Elephants, Sutton and his mother Five.
How do I get a discount at West Midlands Safari Park?
Click on the blue ‘get code’, ‘get reward’, or ‘view discount’ button next to the deal you want to use. You’ll then be redirected to the West Midlands Safari Park website so you can book your tickets.
How many species of animals live in West Midlands Safari Park?
Spoil the whole family with a day out at West Midlands Safari Park and step into an exotic land, inhabited by over 165 species of animals.
Where can I get 2 for 1 tickets to West Midlands?
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Does your car get damaged at West Midlands Safari Park?
Incidents are not frequent, we do not have monkeys here at the Park, and therefore it is extremely unlikely that anything will damage your vehicle. If you do not wish to drive your own vehicle around the Safari, we do offer a Guided Minibus Tour.
Can you pay for individual rides at West Midlands Safari Park?
Wristbands and ride tickets are available to purchase separately on the day of your visit from the Adventure Theme Park. Wristband and ride tickets are only valid on the day of purchase and no refunds are available.
Can you walk around the Safari Park?
It is possible to walk the entire park in one visit. The Safari Park has three main areas. The upper area sits above the rest of the park and features the new Australian exhibits, gardens, Condor Ridge and Tiger Trail. The lower area is home to the Lion Camp, elephants and the African Outpost.
Where are the monkeys at West Midlands Safari Park?
In our walk-through Discovery Trail, we do have owl monkeys in the Twilight Cave and you can find some more primates (lemurs), in our African Village.
How many species are in West Midland Safari Park?
32 species are found on the Park’s safari drive-through, whilst the remaining 88 species can be found in the African Village, Discovery Trail and Safari Academy. West Midland Safari Park is currently open on weekends only for Wild Winter Safari until 10 Feb 2019. The Park opens daily from 16 Feb 2019.
Does West Midland offer blue light card or Defence Discount service discounts?
We are proud to partner with Blue Light Card and Defence Discount Service to be able to offer their members a discount to visit West Midland Safari Park. Use the unique code provided by Blue Light Card or Defence Discount Service, to get discounts on just admission or admission and ride wristbands, for use in our Adventure Theme Park.