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Another attraction that allows you to return again and again so don't panic if you don't see it all on one day!
You can visit the safari park in the comfort (and safety) of your own car. It can take some time to complete the course depending on the number of visitors, however driving slowly round gives you plenty of time to watch and photograph the animals. You will enjoy seeing giraffe's, flamingo's, vultures, rhinos, tigers, lions and wolves, often very close-up.
Entrance to the stunning LongLeat House is included in your passport ticket and is highly recommended. Free child carriers for babies and toddlers are available.
In front of the house is an ample picnic area, although Longleat has a large eatery serving both hot and cold food, cakes and pastries and drinks.
The Longleat maze is an absolute must, you will get lost so make sure your little one's are within sight. The wooden bridges allow you to see how far you've covered, or whether you're simply going round in circles.
Some of the other attractions include tea cup ride, longleat railway, adventure castle and the Postman Pat village. All in all there's plenty to occupy the whole family and remember your passport tickets allows you to return as often as you like throughout the season.
Open daily between Saturday 9th February - Monday 18th February 2013. Friday - Monday ONLY between Friday 22nd February - Monday 11th March 2013. Open daily between Friday 15th March - Sunday 3rd November 2013.
All in One Day Ticket 2013:
Adult - £29.50
Child ( 3 - 14 yrs) - £21.00
Seniors - £23.00
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