This February half term, create memories that last a lifetime at Knowsley Safari with kids enjoying half-price entry during the February half-term holidays. It’s the perfect family day out with plenty of things to see and do.
5 Mile Safari Drive
Meet some of the world’s most incredible animals on the 5-mile safari drive, connect the Knowsley Safari app to your speakers and keep warm in the comfort of your own car before heading to the foot safari to see the mischievous meerkats and beautiful vicuna.
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Take a stroll on the woodland walk where you are guaranteed some great Instagram moments whilst enjoying nature in all its winter glory.
Don’t miss the amusement park which is great for kids with loads of fun rides to choose from. Enjoy a fantastic half-term family day out with this superb seasonal offer.
About Knowsley Safari Park
Knowsley Safari Park is a wild, fun family day out. It is home to the UK’s longest wild animal safari drive. The 5-mile safari is home to over 750 fascinating animals.
Winter Days at Knowsley Safari
With the cold winter days, it can be hard to drag yourself out of your nice heated house, but never fear, a trip to the Knowsley Safari doesn’t mean frozen fingertips! Set out on your very own winter adventure with a trip around the 5-mile safari drive in the comfort of your own car.
Capture Amazing Memories
The best thing about winter is those epic photographs! The wintertime provides the perfect backdrop for anyone, whether you have a fancy new camera or just your phone. Winter means capturing the Bison’s cold breath, or the monkeys getting warmed up on top of your car.
Travelling to Knowsley Safari Park
Knowsley Safari Park is located in Merseyside. There are a number of ways to get to Knowsley Safari Park. If you are travelling by car, you can easily get to Knowsley Safari Park from the M62 motorway. Exit the M62 at junction 6 then take M57 and exit at junction 2. At the roundabout, follow the brown safari signs.
Travelling by Train
Prescot train and bus stations are only a few minute’s drive from the park. Trains arrive at Prescot Station from Liverpool Lime Street every 30 mins, or the No. 10 bus travels between Liverpool & St Helens every 10 mins during weekdays and 30 mins at weekends. We recommend that visitors arriving by public transport make use of local taxi firms for the short trip between local transport hubs and the safari park. Visit the Raileasy website to purchase your train tickets.
There are lots of places to stay in Merseyside. If you are only planning on visiting the safari park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at some of the wonderful self-catering cottages available from Snaptrip.