Pay a visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park on a Saturday during August 2022 and save 50% off the regular price. Admission also includes access to WildLive Safari Nights offering you the chance to see some of the world’s most amazing animals and also enjoy an evening of LIVE music.
WildLive Safari Nights
Summer Safari Nights are back for 2022! Bringing together an incredible day out plus an evening of live headline music. At the end of the evening enjoy a spectacular laser light display.
With nearly 400 animals and 70 different species, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to experience a truly breath-taking walkthrough wildlife adventure. All tickets include full day entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park and entry to the concert on the evening, plus children under 3 go free!
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All tickets include full day entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park and entry to the concert on the evening, plus children under 3 go free!
Enjoy a wild day out and a fabulous evening of live music. Choose from the following dates and artists:
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Girl Power featuring Pixie Lott and Rebecca Ferguson PLUS performances from S Club 7s very own Jo O’Meara!
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Whitney – Queen of the Night is a stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time.
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Russell Watson, featuring Best of the West End, Classical Proms and more of his fantastic career highlights.
Animals at Yorkshire Wildlife Park
There’s a wide range of animals to see at Yorkshire Wildlife Park. Lion Country houses a pride of thirteen African lions who live happily, roaming their nine-acre reserve at Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
Into Africa is an immersive reserve with amazing views of some amazing African animals. The landscaped reserve is home to Ostrich, Antelope, Giraffe and endangered Grevy’s Zebra. With the animals roaming together, into Africa is the closest to a view over the Savannah that you will find outside Africa itself.
Lion Country houses a pride of thirteen African lions, all of which came from Oradea Zoological Garden in Romania. The lions were kept in poor living conditions and small enclosures at the Romanian zoo, which could not adequately care for them. At the time, Lion Rescue was the largest big cat rescue in Europe. As part of the lion’s transportation from Romania to the UK, the pilot began his descent over Amsterdam as he approached Doncaster airport in order to mitigate the effect of the pressure on the lions’ ears! The world’s media was watching and the lions became world-famous overnight. They now live happily, roaming their nine-acre reserve at Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
Land of the Tiger
Land of the Tiger is home to endangered Amur tigers and their cubs. Featuring two pools, a waterfall and a 150-metre walkway for visitors, Land of the Tiger is one of the largest tiger exhibits in Europe, immersing you into the world of the Amur Tiger!