Woburn Safari Park's Road Safari reopens this winter

Visitors can escape to Woburn Safari Park with their families to enjoy the wildlife

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 5:16 pm
Updated Thursday, 26th November 2020, 5:20 pm

Woburn Safari Park is looking forward to welcoming back visitors to the Road Safari next week.

On Thursday, December 3, the park is allowed to reopen to visitors and there are a number of protective measures that have been put in place, which include limiting ticket purchases to online only, reducing the number of tickets available each day, and only opening the Road Safari.

Visitors can escape to Woburn Safari Park with their families to enjoy the wildlife and get up close to some of your favourite animals, whilst maintaining social distancing.

Woburn Safari Park's Road Safari reopens this winter

The Safari Restaurant, Junglies Gift Shop and the toilets in the courtyard by the car park will be open for visitors to use.

These areas will be cleaned thoroughly throughout the day, with anti-bacterial and virucidal cleaning products for the highest levels of safety and hygiene, and masks are required in all indoor areas.

Woburn’s Road Safari is an adventure through 300 acres of parkland with amazing wildlife, taking you up close to some of the most beautiful and endangered animals on the planet including elephants, lions, tigers, rhinos, bears, giraffes, monkeys and much, much more.