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Longleat Safari & Adventure Park

Longleat Category For the Family, For the Kids, Nature & Wildlife
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Longleat Safari and Adventure Park is just getting bigger and better with more exciting things to see! New Gorilla Colony, Lemur Walkthrough, Giraffe feeding at the brand new Safari Watering Hole in the African Village plus much much more!

Go wild in the UK’s No. 1 Safari Park – check out the Cheetahs, mind the Zebra crossing, give the Rhino’s right of way, watch out for the Wolves and beware of the meddling Monkeys in the Monkey Drive -Thru!

Explore Longleat House, regarded as one of the best examples of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately houses open to the public. With over 450 years of history, there is intrigue and scandal aplenty in this splendid Elizabethan home!

Go walkabout in the UK’s first walkthrough Meerkat enclosure, hand feed the Rainbow Lorikeets, and enjoy the antics of the Monkeys in Monkey Temple. Take a trip on Jungle Cruise, a Sea Lion escorted boat trip, or journey around the lakes on the Jungle Express.

Hunters of the Sky, brought to Longleat by the Hawk Conservancy Trust, will be returning with a new birds of prey show. This spectacular display of Eagles, Kites, Vultures and Owls will fill the skies over Longleat… this is family fun at its very best!



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