Attractions, East of England, Safari Parks, United Kingdom

Woburn Safari Park

Woburn Safari Park, Crawley Road, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

01525 290407

www.woburnsafari.co.uk

Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire has over 80 species of wild animal roaming across 300 acres.

New attractions include Sea Lion Cove – an indoor sea lion pool with a high-tech 3D cinema screen; you can go behind the scenes with Safari Park Adventure in 3D or experience undersea adventures with Deepo 3D. Youngsters can take on the new Treetops Action Trail and the Mammoth Play Ark is one of Bedfordshire’s biggest soft play centres.

Rhinos, elephants, bears and tigers are amongst the animals to be spotted on a safari drive, and there is a full programme of keeper talks and demonstrations.

Desert Springs is a walk through enclosure with meerkats, mongoose and porcupines, or visit the Deer Stop on the Great Woburn Railway and learn all about the Woburn deer herds

2013 saw breeding success for the park when three Somali Wild Ass foals were born, helping this critically endangered species, which only have an estimated 280 to 300 left in the wild. The park has a long history of species conservation, and was established by the 13th Duke of Bedford in the grounds of Woburn Abbey, opening in 1970.

Woburn Safari Park

Woburn Safari Park, Crawley Road, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire has over 80 species of wild animal roaming across 300 acres. The park has a long history of species conservation, and was established by the 13th Duke of Bedford in the grounds of Woburn Abbey, opening in 1970.

Wildlife you might see at Woburn Safari Park

Californian Sea Lion

An eared seal occurring mainly on Pacific coasts, the large male of which has a mane on the neck and…

White Rhino

The largest and most numerous species of two-horned African rhinoceros. Has a broad, straight mouth and the widest set nostrils…

Asian Elephant

The elephant of southern Asia. Is smaller than the African elephant, with smaller ears and only one lip to the…

North American Black Bear

Native to North America, it is the continent’s smallest and most widely distributed bear species and the most common bear…

Amur Tiger

Known to travel up to 1,000 km (620 mi), they inhabit mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region with a small…

Somali Wild Ass

A subspecies of the African Wild Ass, distinct for the horizontal black stripes on their legs. Found in Somalia, Eritrea…

African Lion

Lions are unusually social compared to other cats, living in groups called prides. They typically inhabit savanna and grassland, although…

Rainbow Lorikeet

It is a species of Australasian parrot, and has a very bright plumage. The head is deep blue, the belly…

Family and group offers at Woburn Safari Park

Families

Family tickets (1 adult and 2 children, 2 adults and 2 children, 2 adults and 3 children) are available.

Groups

Special group discounts are offered to 15 or more people travelling in one vehicle.

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