West Midland Safari Park

Type:Wildlife / Safari Parks & Zoo

Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1LF

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West Midland Safari Park is an award-winning visitor attraction, located in Worcestershire in the heart of England. It is home to a variety of all-weather attractions, including four miles of drive-through safari, the largest animatronic dinosaur exhibit in the UK and a theme park.

With its combination of amazing animals, exciting theme park rides and awesome exhibits, West Midland Safari Park is the ultimate family day out.

Safari Drive-Through

The four-mile self-drive safari is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and critically endangered animals. Split into African and Asian areas, almost all of the animals are free-roaming and can literally walk straight past your car. Come face-to-face with species such as lions, tigers, rhinos, giraffes, elephants, cheetahs and more.

Discovery Trail

The walk-through Discovery Trail is a fantastic all-weather attraction, hosting a number of animal exhibits and a variety of encounters, talks and shows. Visit Penguin Cove, Reptile House, Lorikeet Landing, Aquarium, and the Bat Cave.
In addition to all of the exhibits, there are daily feeds, talks and encounters, including the fantastic Sea Lion Show, where our fabulous California sea lions show off their amazing behaviours, both in and out of the water.

Land of the Living Dinosaurs

Step back in time as you come face to face with some of the largest, most unusual and fearsome animals to ever roam the planet. Land of the Living Dinosaurs features over 40 life-size, animatronic dinosaurs, making it the largest animatronic dinosaur attraction in the UK.

Ice Age

Continue the prehistoric adventure and venture into the UK’s largest Ice Age exhibit. Ice Age is an immersive, multi-sensory experience, allowing guests to step back in time and walk amongst the magnificent creatures that roamed the Earth millions of years ago.

African Village

The African Village houses the lemurs and meerkats, plus a walk-through area where you can feed the friendly sheep and goats.

On the way to the Village, make sure you look out for the pod of wallowing hippos. This is one of the largest pods in the UK and there is a chance to feed them and learn all about their different personalities at the daily Hippo Encounters.

Boj’s Giggly Park Play Area

Boj’s Giggly Park is an immersive, multi-sensory and themed children’s play area, located next to the Park’s African Village. Here, children can explore and play in the five interactive zones, designed specifically for younger visitors.

Adventure Theme Park

If a whole host of animal attractions wasn’t enough, there is also a theme park to make your day even more exciting. The Adventure Theme Park is open daily from 11am during the summer season and has a variety of rides, suitable for all of the family.

Access For All

We welcome all visitors and will try our best to provide as much help as we possibly can.

Upon presenting a valid DLA, PIP letter or Blue Badge, guests are entitled to one free carer with their standard Adult or Child ticket. If more than one carer is required, we are happy to provide all carers with free access to our park, if evidence (a headed letter) can be presented at the entrance kiosks.

Visually impaired guests are admitted free of charge together with a seeing guide accompanying them. Evidence of disability may be requested.

Wheelchair Friendly

The natural contours of the land mean that some areas have differing gradients. However, these have been minimised where possible. All our enclosures are accessible by tarmac or hard surface walkways with wheelchair access.

Free Wheelchair Hire

Available at our Information Point are a limited amount of manual wheelchairs. These can be hired for free, but they must be pre-booked via phone on 01299 402114. A driving licence or similar will be required as a returnable safety deposit. Our staff members are very willing to accommodate all our guests and are happy to deliver the wheelchairs to the car park area.

Disabled Toilets

Disabled access toilets are located in the main car park area, Dino Diner, Treetops Pavilion, Cellarz, the Discovery Trail and Adventure Theme Park area. All toilets have level access for wheelchairs, lever arm taps to low basins and handrails. Toilets in Dino Diner, Treetops Pavilion and Adventure Theme Park area also have an emergency pull cord. Adult changing facilities are available in the main car park toilet block. This is a 12m2 Changing Places approved Adult Changing Room with an adjustable changing table, WC and fixed wash basin. Unfortunately, there is no shower facility. The room is fitted with an XY track system and powered hoist with a Standard 2-point spreader bar – no harnesses are provided. This facility will require a RADAR key. The Disabled Toilets do not require a RADAR key.

Read the full Accessibility Statement online: www.wmsp.co.uk/accessibility

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£25.00 per ticket
Child (3-15)£20.00 per ticket
Concessions (student and senior)£22.00 per ticket

WMSP will admit a carer free of charge when a guest with disabilities purchases a full price adult or child ticket. One of the following must be presented upon arrival in order to qualify for a free carer ticket:

- Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
- Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- Access Card
- Blue Badge (photo ID section)
Documentation should be dated within the last 24 months, or display the awarded end date. Out of date documentation may be rejected.

If more than one carer is required to accompany a guest with disabilities, a signed headed letter from a GP must be presented, detailing the required number of carers, alongside photo ID.

For carers who work within a professional care home, WMSP will also accept a signed headed letter from the manager of the care home, when accompanying paying residents/clients, alongside photo ID.

The above documentation will also be requested at the Wristband Office if a carer is required to accompany guests with disabilities who have purchased an adult or child wristband for rides within the Adventure Theme Park. (Ride wristbands or tickets are charged extra in all cases)



  • Accessible to Wheelchair Users
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors
  • Wheelchairs available

Map & Directions

Road Directions

You can plan your journey by visiting sites such as www.google.co.uk/maps or www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp. Simply enter your postcode and ours - DY12 1LF. Signage towards the Park is frequent and is clear on all major roads leading towards the Park. The Entrance to the Park is recognised by its two distinctive large rock entrance signs.

Public Transport Directions

The bus service that runs past the Safari Park is as follows: 125 - Stourbridge to Bridgnorth via Kidderminster and Bewdley 291 - Kidderminster to Tenbury Wells via Bewdley 302 - Worcester to Bewdley via Droitwich Spa and Kidderminster To plan your journey, please visit www.traveline.info or call our office on 01299 402114. Please contact Central Buses on 0121 356 3487 to find out whether the specific bus you will take is accessible. Kidderminster Train Station is the nearest to the Safari Park, but is still an 11-minute drive from the Park. For train times and prices, please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 03457 48 49 50. Kidderminster Station is not staffed all the time; if you require assistance, it is recommended to book with a member of staff in advance via the London Midland Assisted Travel line on 0800 092 4260. All trains are equipped with ramps which all conductors are trained to use. No wheelchairs are available at Kidderminster Train Station. Taxis are available at the train station and can be pre-booked.

Opening Times

Summer Season (19 Feb 2022 - 31 Oct 2022)

* Extended hours for some events and peak season. Selected dates from November – February. See website for details.

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