We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews safari park sea lions boat trip monkey enclosure big cats day ticket train ride other attractions vip tour african village parrot show postman pat village singing christmas tree windscreen wipers tesco vouchers gorilla island santa train
The Christmas lights were fantastic and would go again just for that but we were disappointed with the Santa trip. My six year old is no fool and as soon as she saw the fake beard her face just dropped. The guy lacked passion and...More
So, this was one of the most amazing things id seen, its back to the 1920s chritmas party, inside the house, where dressing up is fun,and outside the magic flows, once you’ve been on your safari,seen inside the house,magic truly is alive and well, its...More
Absolutely amazing display of lighting! Highly recommend! We arrived about 10ish. Wasn’t much of wait to get in. We drove around park to see amazing animals. Then parked up. We Dined at pizza restaurant, which was really busy. But stunning pizzas! Then took tour around...More
What a day to remember. My first trip to Longleat and won't be the last. Did the safari ride although not through the monkey section as we were on a coach trip. We did see the monkeys riding around on the rooves and bonnets of...More
We arrived at about 11am on a cold, blustery day. It wasn’t too busy and we found somewhere to park very easily. The first thing we did was book tickets for the 1:30 safari bus.
As it had started to rain quite heavily, we decided...More
This is our first visit to the festival of light. It was spectacular! The safari was a little flat as a lot of the animals seemed to be hibernating and we couldnt see quite a few of the small animals around the park. It was...More
We went on a organised trip to see the animals, house and light show. The animals were a disappointment as many were not roaming free. The house was trimmed up as an Edwardian Xmas would have been, but the star of the trip was the...More
Fabulous few days at longleat for the lights for the house for the safari. Staff were brilliant and happy to chat and answer questions. Dave and Arthur on the safari busses were fun and good humoured with of course having good knowledge about the wonderful...More
Have visited this event since it’s start and it never fails to amaze
Winter safaris a must
A visit to Longleat house decorated for a 1920’s absolutely gorgeous and magical
The lanterns are out of this world and wether young or old you are left...More
There is a separate Meerkat experience you can buy that would allow you access to handling meerkats, but if you just want to visit the enclosure then it's a walk through experience with them running around free.
Caravan Holiday Parks Near Longleat Safari Park (0 Replies)
Hi We are looking for Caravan Accommodation near Longleat Safari Park. Ideally, we would like somewhere with facilities such as a Swimming Pool on site as we will have a 2 year old and 6 month old with us. Does anyone have any recommendations please? Unfortunately we have been priced out of Centre Parks at Longleat. Thanks in advance for any help
January 16, 2018|
Itinerary okay? (15 Replies)
I know it's super last minute but i still need some advises here. We will arrive London on Aug 23 and we are free to travel around until my husband's work starts on Sept 1 in London. This is what I planned: Aug 23 (Sat) London Aug 24 London - Oxford - Blenheim Palace - Cotswolds Aug 25 Cotswolds - Stratford - Cotswolds Aug 26 Coltswolds - Lacock - Bath Aug 27 Bath - Stonehenge - Bath Aug 28 Bath - Longleat - Avebury - Bath Aug 29 Bath - Salisbury - London Aug 30 (Sat) London -...More
August 01, 2014|
thanks for your reply. is national rail the best place to book tickets? thanks for the suggestion for longleat. I looked into since we are not going to rent a car we might skip it this time.
Luxury Hotel within an hour of Longleat (5 Replies)
I'm looking for a 4 or 5* hotel with swimming pool (and ideally spa facilities) that is within 45mins/hour drive of Longleat. Any recommendations? Budget is £250 per night max but that should really be for a suite/deluxe room staying mid-week (Monday-Thurs) Thanks!
September 29, 2012|
Bishopstrow House has both an indoor and outdoor pools.