Often asked: How Far To Longleat From Cardiff?

How far is Longleat Safari Park from Cardiff?

The distance between Cardiff and Longleat is 44 miles.

How long do you need at Longleat?

The Safari Drive-through can take between 2 and 3 hours, so we recommend leaving plenty of time in your day to enjoy it.

How much does it cost to visit Longleat?

Guide Prices

Ticket Type Ticket Tariff
Adult day ticket £34.95 per ticket
Child day ticket (3-15 years) £26.20 per ticket
Senior day ticket £31.45 per ticket

Can you get to Longleat by train?

DIRECTIONS BY TRAIN Frome Station is the closest station to Longleat and has a good service from Bath and London. Warminster station, is about 5 miles from Longleat and is on the Cardiff to Portsmouth line. Westbury station is about 12 miles from Longleat and is on the London Paddington to Penzance line.

Which is the biggest safari park in UK?

Knowsley Safari Park, Merseyside Knowsley’s claim to fame is that it’s home to the longest drive-through safari in the UK.

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Does Longleat do NHS discount?

Ticket details Emergency Services discounted tickets are valid for the lifesaving community, whose role is involved in emergency response and care, including those employed with the NHS, Police, Ambulance and Fire Services.

Is Longleat worth the money?

Longleat is really worth the money but if you drive a decent car use the bus to go around the safari bit to save your windscreen wipers/trim/badge etc! oh also, go in a car with air-con or go on a day which is not hot as you have to keep windows shut for most of the Safari.

Is the boat ride open at Longleat?

Jungle Cruise has reopened!

Does your car get damaged at Longleat?

Our cheeky monkeys may well climb on your car and can cause damage. Unfortunately, we can’t take responsibility for any damage or losses to your car including spoilers, trims, roof racks, accessories and parking sensors (which are their favourite). So if you want to steer clear of the Monkey Drive-through …

Can you do Longleat in a day?

Yes – as well as the app, you are given a paper map when you arrive at Longleat. You don’t need this to get through the safari park, but it does help you plan the rest of your day. However, you can avoid some queues, especially for the boat trip, if you head to the main square first and do the safari park later.

Can you avoid the monkeys at Longleat?

Yes, you can bypass the monkey enclosure if you don’t want them on your car but in all honesty, you miss the best bit of the park. It’s so funny to watch them jumping from car to car and the chances of any serious damage been done is slim. I’ve never seen monkeys pull trim off or really damage cars.

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Can you stay at Longleat?

MAKE MORE THAN JUST A DAY OF IT. Take advantage of all that Longleat has to offer by staying in the local area. Nestled in the heart of rural Wiltshire, this is an idyllic location for a holiday or short break. There’s a wealth of wonderful accommodation close by that caters to all tastes and budgets.

Can you just do the Safari at Longleat?

Entry to the Safari Drive-Through is at the discretion of Longleat staff. Longleat reserves the right to refuse entry. Dogs (including service dogs) are not allowed in the Safari Drive-Through for welfare reasons.

Are there elephants at Longleat?

Anne came to Longleat as a rescue elephant, having spent her entire life in a circus. This makes her very special with a unique set of needs. In spring 2015 we moved Anne to a luxurious new 994m² purpose-built home that provides her with 24 hour access to her outside space.

Is Longleat open all year round?

Open 364 days a year – not Christmas Day!

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