West Midlands Safari Park is preparing to fully reopen on Saturday 4th July, following the government's relaxation of lockdown rules.

The park’s been partially open since June 15th, allowing guests to drive-through its safari.

But they say the latest announcement means they can now reopen their walk-through attractions, rides, restaurants and shops.

They'll be opening with increased safety measures:

  • There’ll be regular disinfecting of public areas

  • Additional hand sanitiser stations

  • Limits on the number of people allowed to enter shops and restaurants

  • Placing stickers on theme park ride seats to ensure social distancing is adhered to

The Park will also be spraying a protective coating on all the contact surfaces visitors are expected to touch.

They say it last 30 days and “significantly reduces the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses, including Covid-19.”

African lion cubs Credit: West Midlands Safari Park

Our teams have been working incredibly hard to prepare all areas of the Park, ensuring our guests have a safe and enjoyable visit.

Managing Director of the Park, Chris Kelly

Visitor numbers are being limited and people will be expected to book online in advance.

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