Female tiger stares and walks towards camera in bushes and reeds

safari day tickets

Admission tickets include the Road Safari, Foot Safari and indoor and outdoor play areas. 

 

Tickets are available per person for selected visit dates up to 1st March. Book online or at the gate on arrival, ticket prices valid up until 28th March. 

Please note: The park is accessed in your own vehicle. Cabriolet and soft top convertible cars will NOT be allowed access into the Kingdom of Carnivores or African Forest for safety reasons.

Ticket FAQs
Ticket Type Gate Price Online Price
Standard Day Ticket - Adult *Ages 16+ years Gate Price: £30.99
Online Price: £30.99
Standard Day Ticket - Child *Ages 3-15 years Gate Price: £22.99
Online Price: £22.99
Under 3's FREE of Charge (no ticket required) Gate Price: N/A
Online Price: N/A (no ticket required)
Standard Day Ticket - Disabled and Carer (2ppl ticket) *Supporting documents required Gate Price: £30.99
Online Price: £30.99
Standard Day Ticket - Disabled individual19.99 *Supporting documents required Gate Price: £19.99
Online Price: £19.99
Standard Day Ticket - Additional Carer *Supporting documents required to show 2nd carer needed Gate Price: £15.99
Online Price: pay at gate
Annual Pass Holder Day Ticket No need to book in advance Gate Price: FREE!
Online Price: FREE! No need to book in advance
Go Ape Combine with Safari tickets! Gate Price: N/A
Online Price: Book via Go Ape Age & Height Restrictions
Two lions rest on logs in Woburn Safari Park enclosure

before youstart your adventure

- The Safari 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 or at the gate

- 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