Easter Educational Extras
Learn about the giraffe herd and elephant conservation this Easter!
This optional free extra is for customers purchasing an All Inclusive Ticket, and is available to book in the park, upon arrival in the Leisure Area, by registering your place at Junglies Gift Shop.
These sessions last around 20 minutes and are designed for adults and children aged 5+ years of age. Sessions are held in the new outdoor TUSK Conservation Classroom and are designed to provide a great introduction for children of all ages to African species and conservation topics.
Visitors will enjoy an informative introduction to the African animals of the Savannah Grasslands reserve at Woburn Safari Park, adjacent to their home. Spot the zebra, addax antelopes and giraffe herds.
Woburn's herd of Rothschild's giraffe will be encouraged (with their favourite browsing leaves, when weather permits) to attend the classroom session at nearby feeding stations in the Giraffe Junction reserve, to allow participants to study their behaviour and adaptations.
Classroom sessions will run at 2pm and 4pm, on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, between the 11th and the 28th of April.
There are 30 places for each classroom session and these are available first come first served, by registering your place in Junglies Gift Shop, on the day of your visit.
How to book
Purchase an All Inclusive ticket online or at the gate and you'll be entitled to book your place in Junglies Gift Shop on the day of your visit. Present your ticket, or display your ticket on your phone / device to a member of staff in the shop as proof of purchase.
A maximum of 30 places are available at each 2pm and 4pm time slot, subject to availability. Please arrive early to book your place, to avoid disappointment.
Participants who have registered a place for a classroom session should meet at the TUSK Conservation Classroom five minutes before their classroom session time starts.
The Outdoor Classroom is accessible for wheelchairs and guidance will be provided by the educator.
Please note. The giraffe herd won't be out in the reserve if the weather is too cold or wet. When the herd are out in the reserves, they have the freedom to choose where they want to be and may decide not to come alongside the classroom to feed. The teaching sessions will still take place on these occasions.