Cracking Easter in Store at Safari Park

We have a very ‘eggciting’ Easter planned with a whole host of fun including the chance to win some amazing prizes, at West Midlands Safari Park.

Running from 23 March to 7 April, guests will be invited to Easter Eggstravaganza, to take part in the celebrations, which include an interactive trail, competitions, giveaways and a chance to meet the Park’s resident Easter bunny, Bramble.

New for 2024 will be Bramble’s Big Giveaway, where at 3pm daily, Bramble will be giving away some incredible prizes in a gameshow-style activity, such as retail vouchers, VIP Experiences, Annual Passes and Safari Lodge stays.

Also new for this year is an Easter Craft Club, based in Bramble’s Burrow, where guests can take part in some Easter-themed arts and crafts, or learn some new party tricks, such as plate spinning and juggling.

PR & Events Officer, Bethan Davis, said, “We are feeling very generous this year at the Park, as we have lots to celebrate, including our rebrand, brand-new rides and attractions, plus the arrival of some baby animals and the chance to see some of older residents on foot for the first time! Therefore, we have four different competitions and trails for guests of all ages to take part in, to win some fantastic prizes.

“As well as Bramble’s Big Giveaway, we have our fun, interactive trail where little ‘eggsplorers’ need to find the missing eggs to win a chocolatey treat. There is a ‘guess the number of eggs’ competition, to be in with the chance of winning a Safari Lodges stay for four people. Finally, we have our photo competition, where guests need to go on a hunt to find the missing egg. Once they have located it, they can post a picture with it on our Facebook page, to be in with the chance of winning a VIP Giraffe Feed for four people. Alongside all the other Easter activities we have, I’m sure guests will feel like they’ve had a cracking time with us.”

During the event, the Park will be decorated with bright and colourful Easter theming, including giant eggs, hay bales, floral displays and new photo points. 

Guests will have to chance to meet Bramble Bunny and have their picture taken with him, at intervals during the day, when he will be roaming the Discovery Trail. 

Additionally, our conservation team will be championing penguins and raising money for the Global Penguin Society. Children can earn a special penguin sticker, by learning more about these amazing birds and making their ‘penguin pledge’ for how they can do something to help penguins in the wild.

There is also the chance to see our newest arrival, baby rhino Malaika, as she explores her new home on the four-mile Safari Drive.

All the Easter activities are included in the admission charge.