Home to the UK's original Safari Park, Longleat offers a great day out for family and friends. Discover a range of exciting wildlife and stunning grounds today!
Explore the Safari Drive-through and be entertained by the infamous Rhesus monkeys as they clamber over cars. Continue on your journey across continents observing a range of carnivores from the big cats to the hyena and pack of wolves as they roam free in their open enclosures creating up close encounters you’ll never forget.
The exotic species continue as you explore the main park with squeal-inducing koalas to the endearing red panda. Walk with the meerkats, discover our Cuban crocodiles and watch the charming giant otters play in their underwater viewing enclosure.
Feel the weight of a rainbow lorikeet as it lands on your hand to drink nectar in Monkey Temple. See how agile the sea lions are as you throw fish to them, observe our mighty gorillas and try to spot our two hippos on the Jungle Cruise boat trip.
Marvel at Longleat House’s architecture, one of the finest examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain, and wander around the grounds and formal gardens at your leisure.
Let energetic children explore a medieval fortress in the Adventure Castle, enjoy a Rockin’ Rhino ride, race to find the centre of the Hedge Maze then, take a breath, and board the miniature Longleat Railway for a relaxing journey around the Park’s scenic woodland.
Book now to visit the UK’s number one Safari Park with England’s only koalas!
Opening Times 2023
See full details on Longleat's opening times here.
Peak - 10am - 6pm
Off peak - 10am - 5pm
Summer and Bank Holidays (peak) - 10am - 7pm
Half Term (peak) - 10am - 5pm
Summer Party - 10am - 8pm
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|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult (16+ years) - Adult||£34.95 per ticket|
|Child (3 to 15 years) - Child||£26.20 per ticket|
|Under 3s - Free Admission||Free|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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 .
Directions by Train: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 Directions by Taxi:The following taxi firms work from Warminster and/or Westbury train stations:Starline Taxis: +44 (0) 1985 212215AAA Taxis: +44 (0) 1985 846674DJ's Taxi's +44 (0) 1985 215151
|Season (1 Feb 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
* Please visit the Longleat website for more details and opening times.
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