Woburn Safari Park (Bedfordshire) Reviews
Description:Woburn, Bedfordshire. Tel: +44 (0)1525 290407.
Newest Review: ... Go Ape or Woburn Abbey, the stately home. The basic adult ticket for the Safari Park is £19.99, juniors are £14.99 and seniors (over 60) £17.99. A £1 discount per person for booking on line. We combined with a visit to Go Ape, a high adrenaline Treetop Trail, and for the cost for 4 adults and two children was £143. For this you do get a lot. The Road Safari takes about 60-90 minutes ... more
Customer Woburn Safari Park (Bedfordshire) Reviews (12)
by - written on 06/08/13, updated on 08/08/13 (Useful, 35 readings)
It's not cheap but a day at Woburn Safari Park and Go Ape is a great adventure. Woburn is in Bedfordshire not far from junction 13 of the M1. There are two entrances both of which are well signposted; from the M1 you will go through Ridgemont and the other route is from the A5) The Safari Park is a 360 acres site in the grounds of Woburn Abbey. Prices are quite complicated as there are various options if you want to combine a visit to the Safari Park with Go Ape or Woburn Abbey, the stately home. The basic adult ticket for the Safari Park is £19.99, juniors are £14.99 and seniors (over 60) £17.99. A £1 discount per person for booking on line. ... Read the complete review
by disappointed customer - written on 09/06/12
Anyone been to the Two by Two restaurant in Mammoth Play Ark in Woburn Safari Park? After having a lovely time at the park seeing all those exotic animals,my family and I decided to go and have a meal at the Two by Two restaurant in the mammoth pay ark particularly because our kids were very hungry.I calmly joined the queue and at the same time was figuring out what we could have on the menu there.I realised that every customer that came to the till got served and I kept being ignored.I kept moving from one till to the other and each time I got there whoever was serving seemed to move away to do other things.Other customers that came after me still got served and no one . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 256 readings)
Yesterday, I went to the Woburn Safari Park, and was very surprised at how much fun it was. It was an awesome experience and I would recommend it to all! The day started off with the "in car" safari, where the animals are free to roam. We saw zebra, rhinoceros and a range of African deer that came very near to our car, which was immensely thrilling. The rhinoceros did a wee whilst we were watching it; last time apparently my cousin saw an elephant poo; unfortunately I wasn't there. There are also some enclosures that we drove in to see the lions, bears and wolves (which was less exciting as they didn't move about that much); another one to see the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
If you have car, this is the place to go if you have a free day and fancy a change. If you dont have a car, some companies offer coach excursions but they are few and far between. Situated just off of the M1 (you can leave at junction 12 or 13) from London, it was about an hour and 30 mins journey and very easy to get to. Once you get to about junction 10 (travelling from South), you should start to see signposts. If I remember rightly, they will tell you to leave at J12 but if you stay on and leave at J13, it is quicker (and still signposted). Admittance is £18.50 for adults, £13.50 for children (3-15years) and £15.50 for senior citizens. I'd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I visited Woburn Safari Park last Summer, as my girlfriend lives close to Bedfordshire, and promised me that it was one of the fine staples of her childhood. It didn't disappoint, as long as you have a car! You drive into the entrance, pay for your tickets, and then are free to drive around the park, stopping to look at the animals in the (relative) safety of your vehicle. This is better than a Zoo in the sense that the animals roam fairly free and you can be quite close to them (although, of course, you should keep your windows shut). Easing you in with the more placid animals, you'll soon enough be encountering the more ferocious animals like tigers and ... Read the complete review
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