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Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Stirling
Categories: Theme Parks, Zoos & Aquariums, Water & Amusement Parks, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
View large and exotic animals from a vehicle, from a boat, and on foot at Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park. The park covers 49 hectares (120 acres) and contains about 300 animals. If you have your own car, drive through reserve areas featuring free-roaming wildlife such as lions, tigers, rhinoceroses, camels, and bison. The park also provides a bus if you don't have your own transportation. Take a boat trip out to Chimp Island and visit other areas, such as Lemur Land, by foot. Check the schedule to see one of the daily sea lion shows, and head to the on-site amusement park to ride on pedal boats and bumper cars. You'll find food stations throughout the venue, and you can book your tickets online to avoid waiting in line at the entrance. Using our custom trip planner, Stirling attractions like Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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This is the first time I visited a safari park (I have been to protected national forest before and have seen wild animals) and I was not disappointed. I would recommend having a day free and to reach... read more »
We had a great day out at Blair Drummond during the October half-term. The weather was good, but my advice would be to wrap up well! There are cafes on site, but even on a good autumn day it is still ... read more »
A great family day out. Highlights were the rhinos, the tigers and the sea lions although the chimps were a rather depressing spectacle
Visited on a Tuesday and it was relatively quiet. The sea lion presentation was humorous and we'll delivered, a must see. The birds of prey presentation whilst wet (the weather was against us) was also funny and informative with the host engaging well with the crowd. Lots for active kids to climb on and a food picnic and bbq area. A decent enough day trip.
We had a great day, it started raining and still didn't dampen our experience. It's the first place to keep my kids, 4 and 2, occupied the whole day. We went to birds of prey and sea lion show and they were fantastic. A big thumbs up to all the staff who were all friendly. Money well spent as you could easily spend the whole day there.
Great park and great day out. Some of the facilities could do with a refresh, but that's only a small gripe. Very impressed that the restaurant there had baby food on sale with a microwave to customers to use for heating.
I loved it. you can get pretty close to animals, there a various options, drive through, typical zoo enclosures, boat trip to see apes, and more open farm animal park. The bird show is worth to go to, as you get to see massive birds flying over your head - just inches above. place offers plenty activities for kids, and you should allow at least 4h just to see it all. Good way to spend a day, as there is plenty of park space, and even bbq area with sheltered bbq spaces for the rainy days
I've been visiting this park for about 30 years and there are constantly new things to see. We planned a barbecue and these can only be booked on the day. Despite arriving about 10 minutes before the gates were due to open cars were flowing through the gates when we arrived. In spite of this we had no problem reserving the barbecue. We had to bring our own food and utensils but the barbecue was already lit and blazing away by the time we arrived for our reservation. The barbecues are large metal bars so I doubt that they are taken away and cleaned but the head would cook things well enough and there was no visible residue. I sow others bringing their own disposable barbecues and cooking on top of the barbecues. There were plenty of free barbecue spaces even on a busy Saturday. When I was younger there was an area of the reserves where monkeys would sometimes climb on cars but that ended some time ago. For this new season the tigers have moved out of the reserves and there is a new area where monkeys can climb on cars, as we witnessed. It's a great fun day out, just not the cheapest.
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