West Midlands Safari Park, Bewdley

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West Midlands Safari Park, Bewdley

Zoo/Wildlife Park/Centre - Address: Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 1LF

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“Where The Wild Things Are”

published 01/07/2013

ProFun and interesting for adults and kids

ConsI'm not entirely comfortable with how much room so...

~x~x~x~ Where The Wild Things Are ~x~x~x~ With the Easter holidays drawing to a close we decided a day out was in order - but with two teenagers, a five year old and a toddler it's always tricky finding somewhere that will keep us all entertained. After much deliberation we took advantage of a...

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ProGetting to see the animals close up

ConsThe animals still being caged up, but to a lesser ...

West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park During the October half term this week, trying to find something to entertain the whole family, whilst also being undercover should the weather turn chilly or rainy proved to be a bit of a mission. The cinema or bowling can only amuse you for a couple of...

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Excellent

“I wanna safari ride”

published 14/11/2009

ProSuperb rides and safari to enjoy

ConsWish the monkey enclosure was back

The West Midlands Safari park opened in 1973. The park has got a 4 mile safari and this contains over 600 animals from around 30 different species from Europe, Africa, Asia and others. They have a theme park as well which is next to the safari park as well. They have a reptile and insect house as...

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Excellent

ProFantastic animals on show

ConsFood/souvenier prices are extortionate

When my husband and I first moved from Cornwall to Herefordshire I experienced a few weeks of homesickness, which made me tearful whenever I saw anything that reminded me of home. I turned on the TV one night and the BBC Coast series was on and they were featuring Cornwall. I couldn't hold my...

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Satisfactory

ProLots of animals, lots to do

ConsHorrific traffic jams during Safari, very expensiv...

One of my earliest holiday memories dates back to a visit to France in 1976. My nan and I were visiting relatives who took us on a trip to a Safari Park. I remember driving directly past zebras and lions who were just metres away from our car and a slightly blurred photograph has been a cherished...

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“A Fantastic Family Fun Day”

published 01/06/2010

ProFamily friendly, wonderful mix of animals, loads t...

ConsGift shops were a let down, no monkeys, overly pri...

With it being my eldest 8th Birthday last week he had the choice of where he wanted to go for a day out, he ultimately chose the Safari Park as he loves seeing animals. We looked it up on the internet so we could make sure of the opening times and what we needed to take and so chose a good day...

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“My Safari :o)”

published 18/07/2010

ProNice day out, family fun, friendly

ConsOverpriced, smells, lack of maintenance

I have recently returned from a short break from down my parents caravan in Bromyard, and whilst there me and my partner visited a few places nearby. One of the places on our ‘to visit list’ was the West Midlands Safari Park. Animals, theme park attractions and severe rain (on and off) a great...

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“Up Close and Personal”

published 07/06/2012

ProFun Day Out

ConsCan be expensive without the clubcard vouchers.

Thanks to the Clubcard Vouchers.... The kids are on school half term holidays, so I thought it would be a good time to go to the West Midlands Safari Park, even though it has been my experience in the past that during weekends and school holidays the place is crowded to say the least. I was happy...

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Excellent

ProLoads to do, great value, lots of different animal...

ConsThe weather!!

We were trying to think of ways to entertain the kids in the Easter Holidays and came up with the idea of visiting the Safari Park. I hadn't been to one since I was a kid and could remember loving it, with the monkeys climbing all over the car and trying to pull the wipers off!! So I had a look...

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“A ROARING DAY OUT!”

published 19/08/2007

ProFUN FOR ALL AGES

ConsNONE - UNLESS YOU LIVE MILES AWAY

I am a huge animal lover – I’m especially fond of cats, big and small. Last week my eldest niece came to stay, she’s 12 and also an animal lover. Well, me and my boyfriend were thinking of places where we could go for a day out and we decided that West Midlands Safari Park would be a great idea –...

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“Go wild in the west midlands”

published 22/05/2007

ProFantastic day out for all the family

ConsMaybe prices but it is no more expensive than othe...

~West midlands safari park~ I have visited the safari park quite a few times. It is a fun day out and you won’t get bored as there is loads to see and do. Don’t be put off if you have a nice car because there are not monkeys or animals that will destroy your window wipes or aerials. I would also...

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ProGreat for families, plenty to do, not bad value fo...

ConsThe queues!

As it's the Easter holidays myself and 4 friends decided we'd have a day out, as we live in Stoke- on- Trent we thought about the usual places, Alton Towers, Drayton Manor, but we decided upon West Midlands Safari Park as going to a theme park is very expensive and you're constantly paying out...

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ProYou can get very close to all the animals

ConsThe monkeys are gone, rides are a bit rubbish

Ever since i was very little, the West Midlands Safari Park (or WMSP as i will refer to it from now on), has been a place that i have visited fairly frequently. First of all as an excitable small child, then when i was getting into my 'going on scary rides' stage, nowadays to keep my excitable...

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Super

ProPrice of entrance, the driver can also see the ani...

ConsDisabled Parking, price of food

The exciting park is set in the heart of the west midlands and is expanded over 200 acres which includes a four mile drive through Safari. If this doesn’t tickle your fancy as you don’t want Rhinos charging at your new car, don’t threat there is also a very impressive theme park...

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Excellent

ProGet up close and interact with exotic animals

ConsNo monkeys to steal your windscreen wipers

As a rule of thumb I’m not keen on zoos, unless they have huge cages and the animals are quite clearly happy, and would rather visit a safari park any day of the week. So I was thrilled when I learned shortly after moving to Lincoln that there is a Safari Park in the West Midlands, aptly named...

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Zoo/Wildlife Park/Centre - Address: Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 1LF

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Address: Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 1LF

City: Bewdley

Type: Zoo/Wildlife Park/Centre

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