Longleat is characterised by its Elizabethan architecture and is surrounded by 900 acres of ‘Capability' Brown landscaped grounds. It is home to the UK's original Safari Park and a wealth of impressive attractions including Jungle Kingdom and Animal Adventure. Here, guests can get up-close and personal with truly amazing animals.
Where is Longleat located?
Longleat is situated just off the A36 between Bath and Salisbury (A362 Warminster-Frome). Postcode for Sat Nav users: BA12 7JS. As one approaches Longleat please ignore Sat Nav instructions and follow the brown tourist signs. Some Sat Nav systems will take guests to a dead end.
Details on what activities are available at Longleat?
Longleat House and Grounds is steeped in over 450 years of history, ready for guests to explore. Greet Longleat's incredible animals on a visit to the UK's original Safari Park where guests may embark on a six and a half mile drive-through experience.
Visitors are encouraged to take a ride on the Longleat Railway, enjoy the Jungle Cruise boat, meet the cheeky meerkats in Jungle Kingdom, hand-feed their superb lorikeets in Monkey Temple and explore Penguin Island for a unique encounter with these extraordinary animals.
Kids can explore Adventure Castle, Little Explorer's Garden and the famous Longleat Hedge Maze and much more!
Things to do in the local area?
Guests could double up and double the fun with a Longleat and Cheddar Gorge & Caves Combo Ticket, saving 10%.
This is an amazing deal for guests wanting to meet the animals and experience the attractions at Longleat, and then also enjoy the remarkable Cheddar Gorge & Caves located in Somerset.
It's Predators Seasons at Longleat until 3rd September. Visit the park and you'll have access to Predators: a killer animatronic exhibition with 15 roarsome models to make the day extra wild.
T.rex: The Killer Question is in the park, all the way from the world-famous Natural History Museum. Unravel an ancient mystery, millions of years in the making and tackle a curious conundrum; was the fearsome T. rex perfectly adapted for the hunt or better suited to scavenging a kill?