Why visit Longleat Safari & Adventure Park?
Stand tall with the giraffes, walk on the wild side with lemurs and get up close with many of Africa and Asia’s majestic animals - this is just a fraction of what’s on offer at the UK’s No.1 Safari Park.
Here you can go back in time and experience over 450 years of history exploring Longleat House. Hear ghostly tales of the Grey Lady, marvel at priceless antiques and walk in the beautiful grounds and gardens created by the renowned 'Capability' Brown.
Get up close with some of the planet’s most amazing aquatic creatures at Penguin Island and Ray Bay. Take on the BBC Deadly Adventure at Longleat and test your mental and physical abilities in the Deadly Challenge, or embark upon the Deadly Safari and track down some of the world’s most incredible predators.
Exploring Longleat's Adventure Park
Check out the sea lion escorted Jungle Cruise past Gorilla Colony, walk through Monkey Temple and much, much more.
There are several opportunities to feed the animals at Longleat from the sea lions on the Jungle Cruise, the deer in the Safari Park, the giraffes in the African Village and the rainbow lorikeets in Monkey Temple.*
Join in with celebrations at Longleat in 2016
In 2016 Longleat, home to the Marquis of Bath, celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its incredible Safari Park. The subject of the BBC’s Animal Park for many years, Longleat was the very first drive-through safari experience outside Africa. The 6th Marquis introduced lions to his private estate in 1966 – we now have over 1,000 animals which we will be celebrated during, what will be, an incredible year.
Join us over the Easter period when we mark our actual birthday with great fun shows, parades and brilliant activities.
In June 2016, the park will be playing host to Elton John for a concert to celebrate the Park’s anniversary.
Later in the year, sees a Balloon Festival (September) and The Festival of Light, our stunning Chinese Lantern Festival, returns for a third time to top off a year of celebrations fit for a king!
Longleat will also be celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Monkey in 2016 with celebrations kicking off from February Half Term. Visitors will also be able to see the new Monkey statue which will take pride of place in the macaque monkeys’ drive-through enclosure.
Longleat Special Offers & Discounts
For full details and to save up to 15% on tickets, book online direct at the Longleat website. Simply click the 'visit website' link at the top of the page to be taken direct to the Longleat website where you can find out more about booking tickets, special offers and discounts.
*(Please note time restrictions and extra charges may be in place)
Tags: Longleat Safari Park, Longleat Ticket Prices, Longleat Opening Times
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult day ticket||£33.95 per ticket|
|Child day ticket (3-15 years)||£24.95 per ticket|
|Senior day ticket||£26.95 per ticket|
You are able to make a 15% saving when purchasing tickets online at our website www.longleat.co.uk
|2016 (6 Feb 2016 - 31 Dec 2016)|
* Please visit the Longleat website for more details and opening times.
- Groups Accepted
- Forest Location
- In countryside
- Indoor Attraction - Longleat House
- Outdoor Attraction
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
Children & Infants
- Accept Children Over 3
Parking & Transport
- Coach Parking
- On site parking
- Parking (free)
- On-Site café/restaurant
- American Express accepted
- Approx length of visit - All day
- Booking essential - For Groups
- Delta accepted
- JCB accepted
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Max group size - Unlimited
- Min group size - Twelve
- Solo accepted
- Special group rates - see website or phone for details
- TIC Staff Admitted Free
- Visa accepted
- Conference facilities
- Event Venue
- Printed Material in Foreign Languages - Applicable to Longleat House only
- Tea / Coffee Shop
- Wedding Venue
- Family Fun
- Marketed towards children
- Marketed towards families
- Marketed towards senior citizens - House VIP Tours during winter months. Pre booking essential (Tel: 01985 845420 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Marketed towards student/youth
Tours and Demonstrations
- Demonstrations Given - Talks by keepers in Animal Adventure including Educational talks when booked and daily bird shows
- Educational Visits Accepted - See www.longleat.co.uk for educational resources
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
- Guided Tours Available for Individuals - Safari VIP Tours plus Animal Adventure VIP Tours: see www.longleat.co.uk for details.
Travel & Trade
- Group discounts available
- Min group size numeric qualifier - 12
- Packed lunches available
Map & Directions
Longleat is just off the A36 between Bath and Salisbury (A362 Warminster - Frome road)
From the south-east: M3 (J8) - A303 - A36 towards Bath Longleat is just off the A362 between Warminster and Frome.
From the south west: A303 in a London direction - A350 towards Warminster - A36 towards Bath - Longleat is just off the A362 between Warminster and Frome.
From the north: M4 (J18) - A46 towards Bath - A36 towards Salisbury - Longleat is just off the A362 between Warminster and Frome.
Public Transport Directions
The nearest train station, Warminster, is approximately 5 miles from Longleat.
Warminster is on the Cardiff to Portsmouth line.
Westbury station is approximately 12 miles from Longleat and connects directly with London, being on the Paddington to Penzance line.
Both train stations are serviced by taxis which will bring you directly to Longleat.
For details on train times please contact the National Rail Enquiry line on 08457 484950 or visit their website www.nationalrail.co.uk
The following taxi firms work from Warminster and/or Westbury train stations:
Starline Taxis: +44 (0) 1985 212215
AAA Taxis: +44 (0) 1985 846674
DJ's Taxi's +44 (0) 1985 215151
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- Certificate of Excellence 2016
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good1084
- Anon_Bristol_12BristolTrip Type:Solo travelFabulousThursday, 20th October 2016The house is wonderful and packed with interest - I was surprised to see that I'd spent over three hours in there! Grounds delightful, especially at the moment with autumn colour. The animals were a... Read full review
- curlycazaManchester, United KingdomBest day ever!Tuesday, 18th October 2016We visited Longleat expecting a great day, we were wrong it was an absolutely fantastic day! The whole place is expertly run, helped by exceptional staff who were helpful and knowledgeable. You pay... Read full review
- Jan RSwindon, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyNot enough time to see everything!Tuesday, 18th October 2016We bought day tickets for Longleat. I recommend getting there at opening time if you want to make the most of your ticket. We arrived at 11ish, but did not managed to see everything on offer. We were... Read full review
- Regional and Miscellaneous British Travel Awards 2012 - Best UK Leisure Attraction - Silver 2012
- Regional and Miscellaneous South West Tourism Excellence Awards 2013 - Best Large Visitor Attraction - Gold 2014