Plan your day out

The Park is open daily until the 13th November 2022.

Opening hours today are 9.30am to 5.45pm, with the last entry to the Park and Road Safari at 4.45pm.

Make the most of being able to enjoy unlimited circuits of the Road Safari today! The re-entry route closes at 4.45pm and can be found through the concrete car park, past Elephant Meadow. 

 

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Start planning your day out:

Get ready for your big safari day out by downloading safari park maps, the visitor information leaflet and a timetable of keeper talks to get the most out of your day!

Before youarrive at the park

Get prepared before you arrive at Woburn Safari Park, with ticket information, directions to the safari park, and opening times.

 

Duringyour visit

Make sure you know what to expect once you get to Woburn Safari Park. Download your free safari maps, check out the delicious food options, and find out which wild animals live at the Park!

Plan your Safe Safari Adventure

Woburn Safari Park is taking every necessary precaution to safeguard the health and wellbeing of staff, visitors, and animals during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

For more information on the changes that have been made, click below.

View all of the precautions

before youstart your adventure

- The park is only accessible in your own vehicle (no open top, cabriolet cars, bicycles or motorbikes are permitted, and you can't enter on foot). Click here for directions or use MK43 0TU in your satnav.

- Purchase tickets online in advance to guarantee your visit. Busy days may sell out, so please book ahead to ensure you can enter the park.

- Admission tickets are for timed arrival sessions, but don't worry if you're a little late. 

No pets or dogs are allowed in the park, so please don't bring them with you! 

- TOP TIP: The best way to see all the animals in the Foot Safari is by watching the daily keeper talks and demonstrations