Longleat Safari Park

   
 
One of Britains most loved attractions the house, maze, adventure park & Lions of Longleat are internationally renound.

Longleat House is a magnificent Elizabethan house built in the early Renaissance style, Longleat House was owned by the seventh marquess of Bath. On first glimpse, it's romantic, but once you've been inside, it's hard not to be dazzled by the lofty rooms and their exquisite paintings and furnishings.

The house is a beautiful & grand example of the iconic English Staley Home, coupled with the other attractions that the Longleat estate offer it makes for a full and fun packed day for everyone from young children to grandparents.

Longelat House
From the Elizabethan Great Hall and the library to the State Rooms and the grand staircase, the house is filled with all manner of beautiful things. The walls of the State Dining Room are adorned with fine tapestries and paintings, whereas the room itself has displays of silver and plate. The library represents the finest private collection in the country. The Victorian kitchens are open, offering a glimpse of life "below the stairs" in a well-ordered country home. Various exhibitions are mounted in the stable yard.

Longleat Safari Park
The park hosts several species of endangered wild animals, including rhinoceroses and elephants, which are free to roam the surroundings. Here you can walk among giraffes, zebras, camels, and llamas, and view lions and tigers, as well as England's only white tiger, from your car. You can also ride on a safari boat around the park's lake to see gorillas and to feed sea lions. You can see the park by train, for a railway adventure, or visit the tropical butterfly garden. The park provides plenty of theme-park amusements as well, including an Adventure Castle and the world's longest maze, the Maze of Love.

Longleat House
Open: Apr-Oct; Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-5:30pm;
Nov-Mar; Sat-Sun 11am-3pm.

Longleat Park
Open: Apr-Oct 31 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm (last admission), Sat-Sun 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun only in Mar

Prices to Longleat House:
£12 adults, £6 children 3-14; Safari Park £12 adults, £9 seniors, £8 children; special exhibitions and rides require separate admission tickets; passport tickets for all attractions £23 adults, £17 seniors, £15 children 3-14

Click here for a voucher from Longleat

Directions:
If you are using Sat Nav below are details from longleats website. Akteratively please feel free to use Blacmore Vale Caravan & Camping parks route finder tool below.
  • Address: Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW
  • Please ignore the Sat Nav voice as you approach Longleat and follow the brown tourist signposts. Some Sat Nav systems send you to a dead end. Longleat are in touch with the providers and hope to resolve the problem soon.

 

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