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ProPrice. Fun day out. Lots to do.

ConsLong wait to see Santa

Every December we take our children to visit a Santa's Grotto, we try to visit a different location each year to keep it fun and exciting for them. Last weekend I took a look online at all the Christmas Grottos going on in the Merseyside area and in the end decided a day out at Knowsley Safarai...

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ProA fun, educational day out and lovely animals

ConsBad smelling cafe, questionable toilet safety and ...

When we were in Liverpool for a couple of days a year ago, as well as wondering around many Beatles exhibitions, my family had the nerve to suggest we do something different: so what if we’d already been on the Magical Mystery Tour and inside The Beatles Story! Mum had already made us go on a...

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Excellent

ProFun for all the family - Wheelchair Friendly - Goo...

ConsNot much food provided for kiddies - take a picnic...

Knowsley Safari Park I’d grown up hearing good things about Knowsley Safari Park, which is just 45 minutes drive from where I live in Manchester, but as children we never visited it; mum took us to all the theme parks known to man and on many holidays abroad, but we’d never been to Knowsley! I’m...

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“Knowsley Safari Park ”

published 11/05/2012

Progood day out, see animals up close, lots to see

Consadded extras such as rides, quite expensive for a ...

The plan had been to take my son and his friend to the South Lakes Wild animal park for his birthday treat but as he had been poorly right up to his birthday I didn’t think it was going to be a good idea to travel for around three hours in total to get up to the South Lakes and back. We decided...

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Excellent

“Animals galore at Knowsley!”

published 11/08/2007

ProA great value day out in North West England

ConsNone

KNOWSLEY SAFARI PARK This animal park is situated near the M58 to the east of Liverpool and could be somewhat of a surprise to those not local to this part of North West England. Knowsley is actually a borough of what was Merseyside before one of our governments decided to start producing a...

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Excellent

“A Wild Day Out”

published 25/10/2008

ProGreat fun for the whole family....

ConsWhere suitable shoes as your feet will get sore.

History Knowsley safari park has been a great family attraction for over 35 years, it was first opened to the public in July 1971 by the earl of derby. The safari park is only 8 miles from Liverpool city centre, Knowsley was the first safari park to be built close to a large city. When the park...

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Excellent

ProGreat day out

ConsNot a lot

Knowsley Safari Park During the summer holidays we decided to book a hotel close to the safari park and spend a couple of days having a look at some of the attractions in the area. We have taken Little Miss to zoos but thought that this would be more interesting and a chance to see animals out of...

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Super

ProGood fun with close up animals

ConsNaughty naughty animals

I first went here when I was seven and have the leaflet to prove it with a nice photo of a lion on it. Bless. I had no memories of it at all other than I seemed to have the desire to go again which has stayed with me for 30 years. Last summer I went again, not knowing what to expect other than it...

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Excellent

ProCheap day out for the wholoe family to enjoy.

ConsThe smell, some animal enclosures turn your stomac...

Knowsley Safari Park was opened to the public in July 1971 by the 18th Earl of Derby. Then, the `safari park' concept of having visitors in cages (cars) and the animals roaming free based on the drive-through game reserves of East Africa was unique. The estate being only 8 miles from Liverpool...

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“Grrreat day out”

published 02/03/2003

ProWonderful safari, good fairground, good sea-lion a...

ConsDreadful restaurant

Yesterday I found myself - along with my brother - with three children aged 5, 5 and 6 to entertain. We needed to go somewhere that would take no more than an hour by car, that would hold the interest of all of us (thus avoiding screams and squabbling), that couldn't be spoilt by bad weather, and...

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Excellent

ProFabulous Day Out

ConsThe baboons might rip your car apart

If you live in the North West, this is a great place to take the kids - they love it. Easily located on the motorway netwrok, just 8 miles from Liverpool, the people of Manchester can reach it within 45 minutes by car. It's also open all year round, entry costing a family of four just £20, with...

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Super

ProSafari is great fun, educational, cheap day out.

ConsPoor stop off attractions, poorly maintained facil...

It is July 9th and our quest to keep the kids amused during the summer holidays rumbles on with a visit to Knowsley Safari Park. A place I had not been too since I was a wee lad myself. Situated just off Junction 2 of the M57, Knowsley Safari Park is very easy to find if you are coming either...

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Excellent

ProGood value, well kept animals

ConsPrices of added extras

Knowsley Safari Park is probably the closest thing you're going to get to a genuine safari park in the UK. It's by no means an accurate representation of the natural habitats of the animals there (for a start it rains more here than in Africa!), but it makes for a fun and educational day out and...

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Excellent

ProLions, Rhino's, Elephants, Baboons, Rides at the e...

ConsSelection of food on site - bring your own!

Knowsley Safari Park is an outstanding visitor attraction in Merseyside, which is perfect for families. We took our two young daughters in August and they were enthralled from start to finish. I would highly recommend getting to the park 10 or 15 minutes before it is due to open, which is what we...

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Excellent

ProLoads To Do, Cheap, Full Day Out

ConsSlight Risk of Damage if You don@t take safe route...

We decided to go to Knowsley Safari Park near Liverpool on Saturday. It is a great day out but I would advise you to make sure you have plenty of drinks because being a safari park, you have to keep your windows closed and on hot days, with two or more people in the car it can get very, very warm...

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Product Information : Knowsley Safari Park, Liverpool

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Zoo/Wildlife Park/Centre

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City: Liverpool

Type: Zoo/Wildlife Park/Centre

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