What's New at the Park?

The new season at Woburn Safari Park (as we open daily from the 11th February) is the first chance for visitors to see the two gorgeous new arrivals in Kingdom of Carnivores: a pair of endangered Amur tiger cubs.  The two additions join over 1,000 other wild animals in Woburn’s beautiful parkland reserves for your adventure in the Road Safari.

Minerva And Cubs Snuggled up together

Pick up A Tiger's Tail - the brand new kids activity book, available from the ticket lane for only 50p each!

Walk the Chelonia Pathway through the new tortoise habitat and meet Albert, Flo, Ken, Harold and Gordon the charismatic Aldabra tortoises.

Catch the brilliant new 3D mini-movie in Sea Lion Cove – ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’.

The under 5's bouncy castle in the leisure area - Tiny Tots Safari Trail - has all been updated with new equipment and replaced in time for February half term.  Little fans of this fun, free activity can get bouncing on the new and updated attraction!

There's a brand new Guidebook for sale at the ticket lanes - you can grab yours for only £2.99!  It's available from the 12th February and is packed full with information about the animals, beautiful photos and details of all the charity fundraising projects Woburn Safari Park has been supporting.  

The mini mammals can't wait to meet you this half term too!  Spot the marmosets in their new home - Marmotopia or the meerkats in their Desert Springs walk-through, along with neighbouring porcupines and mongooses.  

Of course, your fantastic day out also includes unlimited safari adventures from the comfort of your car in the Road Safari.Visit some of the most endangered animals in the world, including lions, rhino, bears monkeys, giraffe and don’t forget little star - Tarli the elephant calf!

Little monkeys can explore the Mammoth Play Ark, an enormous indoor soft play centre with its own 2x2 restaurant; explore the Dissscovery Zone, home to amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates (open from 11am to 3pm).