Woburn Safari Park has a proud history of animal conservation stretching back over 100 years on the Bedford Estate. The Park has evolved into an exciting, educational day out with over 1,000 wild animals living in beautiful parkland reserves. Visitors get a unique close encounter with some of the most majestic and endangered animals in the world including Asian elephants.
Where is Woburn Safari Park located?
Woburn Safari Park is to be found in 3000 acres of beautiful Bedfordshire parkland and is owned by the Duke of Bedfordshire.
Details on what activities are available at Woburn Safari Park?
Woburn Safari Park sits amid 350 acres ready to be explored by car and on foot, making it an ideal family day out in Bedfordshire! The Road Safari allows guests to encounter a wide variety of animals with room to roam including elephants, rhinos, tigers, lions, buffalo, camels and monkeys. The Foot Safari includes Penguin World, Land of the Lemurs, Sea Lion Cove, swan and dragon boats, and the Great Woburn Railway.
Things to do in the local area?
Located in the magnificent 3000 acres deer park at Woburn, the Safari Park neighbours another wonderful attraction, Woburn Abbey and Gardens.