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Longleat Safari and Adventure Park

KidRated’s Longleat Safari and Adventure Park Top Tips:

  • Get there early and spend the whole day – there is so much to do for animal-lovers
  • Take a boat trip on the long leat (which is a lake) and see Gorilla island
  • Be prepared for your car to be damaged by cheeky monkeys 

Nestled in the heart of Wiltshire, come down to Longleat Safari and Adventure Park and make friends with some real wild animals. Since it opened its doors in 1966 Longleat has become the UK’s #1 Safari Park. Whether on foot, inside your car, or onboard a boat heading down the river, there’s plenty to see and do. Why not take a walk through the Jungle Kingdom where you can get up-close and personal with Meerkats, take a ride on the train, or hand-feed the Rainbow Lorikeets?


If that wasn’t enough, it’s all set in the grounds of the spectacular Longleat House – an Elizabeth home owned by the same family for 400 years. Make sure you check out the tours and exhibitions in the House, and the numerous shows and events going on throughout the year.


Animal-lovers should also check out our reviews of London Zoo and Marwell Zoo.


If you’re in the area for a while, why not visit the Roman Baths or Stonehenge?

Booking Advice:

  • Save money by buying tickets in advance online
  • You can buy safari tickets on the door but don’t forget that last entry is at 4pm 
  • Flexible combi tickets with Cheddar Gorge are available
  • Need more time to explore? Get a 2-day pass, or even an annual pass!
  • Tickets for the safari park and for the house and grounds are separate



BA12 7NW

Phone number:

+44 (0) 1985 844400


Opening hours:

Seasonal opening hours apply.

How to get there:

Longleat Safari and Adventure Park is just off the A36 between Bath and Salisbury (A362 Warminster – Frome road).

Warminster station is about 5 miles from Longleat and is on the Cardiff to Portsmouth line.

Westbury station is about 12 miles from Longleat and is on the London Paddington to Penzance line.

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