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Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW

Type:Safari Park

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Jungle Cruise at Longleat


Nestled within the Wiltshire countryside is a realm waiting to be explored. Discover various species of animal from around the world including lions, tigers, wolves, koalas, red panda and sea lions as you travel by road, rail, waterway and foot.

Explore the Safari Drive-through and be entertained by the infamous Rhesus monkeys as they clamber over cars. Continue on your journey across continents observing a range of carnivores from the big cats to the hyena and pack of wolves as they roam free in their open enclosures creating up close encounters you’ll never forget.

The exotic species continue as you explore the main park with squeal-inducing koalas to the endearing red panda. Walk with the meerkats, discover our Cuban crocodiles and watch the charming giant otters play in their underwater viewing enclosure.

Feel the weight of a rainbow lorikeet as it lands on your hand to drink nectar in Monkey Temple. See how agile the sea lions are as you throw fish to them, observe our mighty gorillas and try to spot our two hippos on the Jungle Cruise boat trip.

Marvel at Longleat House’s architecture, one of the finest examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain, and wander around the grounds and formal gardens at your leisure. 

Let energetic children explore a medieval fortress in the Adventure Castle, enjoy a Rockin’ Rhino ride, race to find the centre of the Hedge Maze then, take a breath, and board the miniature Longleat Railway for a relaxing journey around the Park’s scenic woodland.

Book now to visit the UK’s number one Safari Park with England’s only koalas!

Want to make your visit extra special? Book a VIP Experience or stay on the Estate in one of our luxury cottages with Longleat Accommodation.

Please note: Longleat House is not only a historic visitor attraction but also a residential home. As such, it will remain closed for visitors for the time being due to the current Coronavirus situation.


Main Season: April –  October 


Adult (16+ years): £34.95

Child (3 to 15 years): £26.20

Under 3s: Free

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  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Attraction Facilities

  • Shop


  • On-Site café/restaurant

Establishment Features

  • Coach drop-off point

Key Features

  • Families
  • Groups

Parking & Transport

  • Coach Parking
  • Parking On Site

Payment Methods

  • Special group rates

Venue Facilities

  • Groups Accepted

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Opening Times

Main season (1 Mar 2024 - 31 Oct 2024)

* Open April - October daily, and during school holidays in February and Easter


Thursday, 12th September 2024 - Sunday, 15th September 2024

A balloon with a lioness face and ears surrounded by other balloons of various shapes and sizes 
Sky Safari at LongleatThis September, a spectacular host of hot air balloons will again take to the skies over the Longleat Estate in their very own hot air balloon festival – the biggest annual gathering of balloons in the UK!
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