Knowsley Safari Park Open For Half Term

The great news is the safari park and rides are all going to be open throughout the half term holiday from 11th to 19th February.

The baboons have definately been missing all the cars going through their monkey jungle and are sure to be on their best (or worst) behaviour so that everyone can enjoy their antics.

Knowsley Safari Park Baboon

You’re going to need more than de-icer to shift that David

As spring approaches we are getting to that time of year when there is the pitter patter of tiny hooves, claws and paws around the safari park.  We already have three lion cubs who are just itching to get outside and play and will soon be able to after they receive there final immunisations.

During the half term we will also have our events in aide of the African hunting dog with lots of activities from 16th to 19th February.  More details on this event can be found on our research and conservation events pages click here

African Hunting Dog

African Hunting Dog

Loads of offers are out and about in the press around the North West with HALF PRICE offers to tempt you all back into Knowsley Safari Park after our reduced opening times over the winter.  Don’t worry if you can’t find one of the offers though as you can always just click here

While most of the park will be open for half term one thing that will be missing for 2012 is the children’s farm.  This area is in the middle of redevelopment into a fantastic new bird of prey centre called “The Raptor Experience” which will be open in time for Easter.  The new aviaries, indoor and outdoor display facilities and a much more interacive experience is sure to be a massive hit with our visitors throughout the 2012 season.

Knowsley Safari Park
Knowsley Safari Park is a fantastic, fun family day out and is also a superb venue for school and group visits.  Opened by the Earl of Derby in 1971 the park is now in it’s fifth decade as one of the North Wests biggest and best tourist attractions.


About safariuk

I am the Visitor Service Manager for UK tourist attraction Knowsley Safari Park. I have been in the post only for a few years and consider myself very fortunate to work in such a fantastic place. Not many people outside of Africa can take their lunch break while looking at elephants! This isn't the official blog for Knowsley Safari Park but my own views and opinions on things that may be happening at the park, in the leisure industry or anywhere else.
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