Temporary Park Closure
The Park is temporarily closed due to Government restrictions, for the lockdown in England.
Please be assured that if you have purchased a ticket for a visit date that you weren't able to use, we can easily change your tickets for a later visit date, to use when the Park re-opens.
If you have a VIP Experience booked, then the dedicated team will be in touch with you as soon as it is possible to rearrange this with you. If you have any questions please email email@example.com and please include a contact telephone number.
If you are an Annual Pass holder, you will be entitled to an extension to your pass, for the period of time the park is closed.
Woburn Safari Park will continue to prioritise our animal residents throughout any period of lockdown, with the dedicated team of keepers on site, providing their usual high levels of care and husbandry.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
Start your safari drive adventure through sweeping parkland reserves, where you'll see wonderful wild animals with the freedom to roam in acres and acres of beautiful countryside.
Woburn Safari Park's car safari gives you have the opportunity to see animals including rhinos, giraffes, bears, monkeys, tigers and lions. You can repeat circuits as many times as you like because each trip around is a different experience. You'll see the wonderful safari animal residents at rest and at lunch, enjoying their freedom to wander; they might be a windscreens width away or a little further away from your car.
The Road Safari drive takes approximately 60-90 minutes and each circuit is a new experience. Spot some of the most endangered animals on the planet!
The route finishes up in the Leisure Area where toilets are available and you can repeat the circuit via the re-entry route (look for the flagpole in the concrete car park).
Meet the animals
There are more than 1,000 wild animals living at Woburn Safari Park.
Amazing days out and fun memorable experiences start right here, with an adventure of unexpected close encounters and some great opportunities to learn all about conservation and endangered wildlife.