As West Midland Safari Park opens up late for the whole of August, discover the perfect way to enjoy the lazy, hazy days of summer.
Come face-to-face with over 1,700 animal encounters and take advantage of extended admission times and even later night rides.
This is a marvellous opportunity to visit West Midland Safari Park during the long school holidays, when visitors will have the chance to go on an amazing four-mile safari up to 7pm and see some brilliant animals, from cheetahs to tigers and baby elephants to giraffes! There are plenty of other baby animals around too – how many will you spot?
There’s also the chance to visit the African Village, Meerkat Mayhem and Walking with Lemurs, not forgetting Penguin Cove in Discovery Trail and the all-weather facilities that include Lorikeet Landing, Creepy Crawlies, Seaquarium, Twilight Cave and Mark O’Shea’s Reptile World.
Don’t forget the Sea Lion Shows, performed throughout the daytime and each evening from the Sea Lion Theatre arena.