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West Midland Safari and Leisure Park, Bewdley

Categories: Theme Parks, Wildlife Areas, Water & Amusement Parks, Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web
Lions, rhinos, giraffes, and a variety of exotic animals roam the 81 hectares (200 acres) expanse of verdant land that make up West Midland Safari and Leisure Park. Opened to the public in 1973, the facility allows you to drive your own car through the park. It also provides guided tours by minibus, so you can get up close to the many animals at home here. Put West Midland Safari and Leisure Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bewdley trip generator.
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  • A great day out for families especially when it's a themed month eg.bonfire week or Halloween as it is open till late. I wd advise to go early to be able to enjoy the safari and animals are ready for ...  read more »
  • Oh my goodness what an experience. Firstly our vip guide Sam was a perfect hostess she took us round to the giraffe enclosure where the might beauties were there ready to be fed. Sam was very informat...  read more »
  • Planned a visit during the week as I knew it would be significantly quieter than a weekend. I felt the safari to be up and down. The first and last parts were by far the best. Interacting with animals...  read more »
  • Great selection of animals in 'wild' setting. Good 'live' dinosaurs section and enough rides to keep our 9 and 6 year old happy. Free pass for next time too - bonus. Great family day out :)
  • .We went there on Sunday/Bank holiday. It was a horrible experience.Overbooked and overrun. It was like a traffic jam. Hardly saw any animals and not a hint of baby rhino. It seemed all they wanted was to cram as many people as possible into the space and have as much profit as possible. When we were in the parrot house they charged Β£ 1.50 for a drop of honey water to tempt the parrots on your hand. Surely this could have been included in the very expensive entry fee. We felt like caged animals in the car, not allowed to open the windows in the heat and if we did we were reminded by the keepers via microphone to close them even if there was not an animal in sight. . Felt like being transported to George Orwells' 1984 Big Brother. Will never visit again. Not like a safari at all, totally unnatural experience
  • It was so cool (interesting ) that I got too see all these facinating creatures but the drive through did take a bit longer than I thought. But anyway,IT WAS AWESOME!!!!!!. πŸ†πŸ…πŸŽ–πŸ…πŸŽ–πŸŽ–πŸ†πŸͺπŸ†πŸ…πŸ‚πŸ•πŸ‹πŸŸπŸ¬πŸ³πŸ’πŸπŸπŸΏπŸ‡πŸˆπŸ•πŸ’πŸ˜‘πŸ’₯😎πŸ’₯πŸ˜€ .
  • Animals. Queues. Sugary sweets. One for the kids and parents who can cope with the 2 hr drive around followed by screaming kids. Winner every time with mine.
  • Great family fun. Don't recommend a bank holiday as spent 3 hrs in the safari. If your kids love dinosaurs, the new dinosaur land is well worth a walk round!
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