How to Get Here...

West Midland Safari Park, Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1LF


From Birmingham: Take the main Hagley Road to the Quinton Expressway A456 through Hagley and Blakedown following Safari Park signs through Kidderminster to Bewdley.
From Wolverhampton: Take the A449 to Kidderminster. Take the A456 to Bewdley.
From the North: Take the M6 South, leave on exit 8 and join the M5. Take the M5 to exit 3 and follow the A456 through Kidderminster to Bewdley.
From the South: Take the M5 North, leave on exit 6 and follow the A449 to Kidderminster. Take the A456 to Bewdley.

Helipad: Helicopter landing co-ordinates are available on request.

GPS co-ordinates: N 52 deg 22 min.760    W 2 deg 17 min .336

Safari Bus Guided Tours

Additional information for pedestrian visitors arriving on foot or via public transport...

Guided Safari Bus Tours of our Safari Drive-Through may be booked at Main Reception.

Nearest train station = Kidderminster, approximately 4 miles from the Park.
Trains are operated by 'London Midland' -
Travel enquiries: 0870 609 6060
National Rail enquiries: 08457 484950

Nearest bus station =  Kidderminster, approximately ½ mile from the train station.  
Visitors need to catch a bus to Bewdley. Bus stops are located on both sides of the carriage way outside the entrance to the Park.  From the bus stop, the Park Reception is a 5-10 minute walk - a portion of which is uphill.

Buses are operated by 'Whittle' -
Traveline: 0871 200 2233
General Travel:


Travel By Coach - Did you know that coach travel can be around 2-5 times ‘greener’ than journeying by car. Even though coaches are larger and use more fuel, there is much less CO2 per person for the same journey!

Guided Safari Bus Tours - Join other guests on these special close encounter minibus tours with an expert guide. Tours are charged extra and can be booked at reception or the Experiences Kiosk in Lost City Plaza (subject to availability).

Carbon Balance Your Visit - 
If you visit the Safari Park in your car and go around our animal reserves, you can help offset the carbon you use by visiting the World Land Trust website. This charity supported by WMSP takes direct action to save rainforests and other ecosystems. For more information on how you can help be green during your visit take a look at our Responsible Visitor Charter.

Today at WMSP...
OPEN: Daily from 10.00am.
14th Feb - 6th Nov 2015

Last Admission - 4.00pm
Park Closes - 5.00pm

Adults (16-64yrs): £19.99*
Children (3-15yrs): £14.99*
Concessions: £17.99*
Under 3’s: FREE
*Includes a Free Return Ticket!

See our Opening Times & Prices page for further info.

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When it comes to love, staff at West Midland Safari Park are well versed in the age-old tradition.  Indeed, love is lavished on their animal charges each and every day, none more so than on their adorable 9-month old bouncing baby elephant calf.

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FREE Discovery Trail Scratch Card for visitors!

During your visit to the Safari park, don’t forget to take part in our free children’s Discovery Trail scratch card quiz. Pick up your free scratch card on arrival, answer the questions found throughout the Discovery Trail and place your entry into our Monthly Prize Draw. Winners are randomly selected from correctly answered entries at the end of every month, and win an Adopt a Buddy package of their choice!

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WMSP MapPark Map...

See the attractions on offer by visiting our 'Park Map' page.

A downloadable version of our park map is available in PDF format.
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Click the image above to see our latest video. You can then press the Playlist icon to see more videos,
or visit the West Midland Safari Park Youtube Channel to see our complete collection.

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