West Midlands Safari Park
Are you ready to safari and come face to face with some of the fastest, tallest, largest and cutest animals around?
What makes it special
- West Midlands' leading safari park
Other things to do nearby
Take a ride on this stunning steam railway through 16 miles of delightful Worcestershire and Shropshire countryside. Check out the route on the Severn Valley Railway website.
A working railway transports customer up 111 foot sandstone cliffs that separate the town and the River Severn. Visit the Railway website
London Wildlife Trust’s flagship reserve, it hosts pond-dipping and nature-watching sessions for children and its wood-cabin visitor centre is used by the Wildlife Watch Club (re-opens 2020)
The iconic guideframe of Gasholder No 8 frames the new park at King's Cross.
Still waiting for your Hogwarts letter? Don’t worry, you can experience the next best thing at King’s Cross station.
Follow cycle route 45, 55 and 81 from the doorstep, do your own thing or take an Olympic journey and cycle to the home of Wenlock Olympian Games and have a well earned tea and cake.
Take an historic ride on the Silkin Way from Coalport or follow the cycle routes in to Ironbridge following the banks of the River Severn.
50 metres Explore the National Collections of Coalport China and watch daily demonstrations of china making. Visit the website
Admission is free to this museum with 70 aircraft on display. Home to war planes, missiles and transport & training collections. Visit the website
A fine medieval ruined castle, set in glorious Shropshire countryside, at the heart of a bustling black & white market town.
Want to get to know more about local industry? The Jackfield Tile Museum lets you wander through an atmospheric Edwardian Tube Station and a old-fashioned pub. Want to paint your own tile(s),
Meet the Victorians in this recreated Victorian town, with cottages, shops and workplaces. Don't miss the horse and cart ride! See the Blist Hill pages of the Ironbridge website
There are ten award-winning Museums along the valley beside the wild River Severn - still spanned by the world's first Iron Bridge. Visit the Museums website for full details
Great for canoeing on the River Severn. Bring your own canoe and spend a day on the water. Don't forget your picnic!
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore this beautiful part of the country.
We've done it in a canoe, kayak and even in a white water raft and we love it.