CUSTOMER ANNOUNCEMENT: From 23rd MARCH 2020 Due to the unprecedented situation of COVID-19, Woburn Safari Park is now TEMPORARILY CLOSED. We have made this decision based on the current advice from the Government and with the best interests of our staff and the public.
The Animal Encounters team have chosen their three favourite names for the squirrel monkey babies, from all your great suggestions and we announce the winners here.
The African lion pride is set to benefit from a large expansion to their overnight home.
A pair of Southern white rhinos have been seen making the most of the wet weather this week at Woburn Safari Park.
The Park's Humboldt penguins at Woburn Safari Park have been moved into temporary accommodation while their home undergoes a large refurbishment and expansion.
Woburn Safari Park welcomed Kahari and Kojo in July 2019 when African lioness Zuri gave birth. Now, the playful pair can be seen running, play fighting and climbing trees out in their 32-acre reserve alongside the other members of the pride.
From black and white ruffed lemurs, Tangle and Tulum, to red panda pair Sanka and Mali – the Park’s animals have been enjoying some heart-shaped enrichment in the run up to Valentine’s Day.
Don't be put off by the winter temperatures, as Woburn Safari Park is actually far more weatherproof than you might expect!