Closed right now, see opening hours
We just did the drive through safari part in the park, but the West Midlands Safari Park is now fully opened so we cannot comment on the park itself . We got there at 10am when it first opened and we were one of the first cars in the queue. It was so brilliant seeing all the animals and was not too too busy at all. I would definitely recommend it.
Recommended by Katie Rostrup with children ages 2 - Wed Jul 08 2020
- Open farms, safari parks and zoos
- Restaurants and food
- Outdoor activities
- Spring GroveBewdleyUnited KingdomDY12 1LF
- 01299 402114
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Children - Age 3-15
Under 3's - Free
- Good food for parents
- Double pram friendly
- Suitable for twins/multiples
- Pram/Wheelchair accessible
- Has a childrens menu
- Baby changing available
- Monday 1000 - 0300
- Tuesday Closed
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday Closed
- Friday 1000 - 0300
- Saturday 1000 - 0300
- Sunday 1000 - 0300
There are 4 reviews for "West Midland Safari Park"
Recommended by Jemma on Wed Jul 08 2020
We visited yesterday and used our Tesco club card vouchers towards the cost for my husband and I and my daughter went free. Booking in advance is required. We arrived and the queue went down quickly. We did the Safari first and my daughter came and sat on my knee and loved all the animals!! We bought some food for the deers and were provided with hand sanitiser wipes and there was hand washing stations stationed around the park too. We then parked up and headed into the on foot attractions. There were plenty of social distancing measures in place which made us feel really safe. The dinosaur walk through was brilliant and we saw the penguins being fed which my little one loved too. We didn’t go on any rides as she was too little but we enjoyed the grabber machines and watching the hippos. There are still some aspects of the park that are closed due to COVID but it didn’t take away from our experience and we will definitely return. There are one way systems around the park and in the shop, my daughter chose 3 small stuffed animals to bring home and they were on offer for £15. Overall, a brilliant day out that caters for all ages and is extremely well organised with social distancing measures. We’ve got a free return ticket that we will definitely take advantage of and would urge you to check how many club card vouchers to see if you can exchange them in return for some vouchers towards the cost!
Recommended by Victoria Greenaway with children age 2 on Wed Jul 08 2020
Recently visited and had a wonderful day. Perfect for children of all ages, couldn't recommend enough. Top tip; we booked the 1-4 drive through and it worked perfectly. We arrived just after 10am and went straight into the walk around part it was so empty and perfect, staff in mask and everywhere well signposted and one way systems work fine. So we did all the walk around areas and talks without many people then around 2.30 we headed to the drive through area and all the animals were out.
Recommended by Mikala Roberts on Wed Jul 08 2020
I was pleased to finally be able to get out the confined space called home 😂 so we visited West Midlands Safari Park, pre - booking is definitely essential as you are given a time slot for the drive through safari, I found this part to be so much better as there were less cars hanging around and you were able to all see the animals. Always loved the drive through and nothing has changed on that part. Upon entering the main park you could see social guidelines were in place, at the entrance the side gate was open to allow entry meaning the gift shop, pizza shop and the exit to be separate and allocated in lanes meaning there were not lots of people in one area. The main park had stickers and social guideline signs dotted about, they are reducing the amount of people touching the glass screens and all staff wore face masks, there were plenty of hand gel and hand washing stations dotted about the park to ensure germs are not being transferred. The lorikeets section was just amazing! You can still feed them, one way in and one way out, hand gel and hand washing available and inside they reduced the numbers allowed in the room at one time, best park was these birds! The only fault I would have from the day is people have no recognition to social distancing, everyone walked around the park as if it was a normal day without a worldwide pandemic going on. On an overall the park have done considerably well on reopening and ensuring the safety of others. I would definitely recommend this place for everyone to visit as it is a lovely family day out, fun for all ages! The staff are all friendly and although the masks are worn it’s not intimidating they have done so well to keep track of and stick to the guidelines just be cautious of others not sticking to the social distancing guides.
Recommended by Fay Waterston with children age 0.5 on Wed Jul 08 2020
Recently visited the re-opened Safari Park with my 6 month old. We had to pre book online prior to our visit and chose a time slot for our drive through safari! 🦓🦒Prices were a little more expensive and I paid £24 for an adult ticket (but my daughter was free as she is under 3 years old). I believe that this price includes a return ticket also. Staff were lovely on arrival, and there were short queues to enter the park where we waited in the car for approx 15 mins. The drive through safari was great. My little one could sit on my lap and "drive" around to see all of the animals; which she loved! The drive through is 4 miles long and can take upto 3 hours to complete... this was a little much for my daughter and she fell asleep after about half an hour! 😂I can imagine that this would be great for bigger kids! There were plenty of opportunities to feed the animals and handwashing and sanitising stations throughout the park. Guests were encouraged to social distance and there were 2 metre markings on the floor where necessary and one way systems in place. Despite the extra precautionary measures, we hardly noticed and had a lovely day. Even in the rain! ☔We didn't pay extra for any rides or attractions as there was plenty to do and see for my little one. Parents with older kids.... may find it a little more expensive as there were numerous vendors selling toys, teddy's, balloons, face painting, glitter tattoos, food, coffee, ice cream etc etc! I would definitely reccomend visiting the Lorakeets and paying an extra £1.50 for a pot of nectar. They are gloriously brightly coloured and friendly birds that will fly over and sit on you to steal your nectar! My daughter was thrilled. 🦜