Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park

Overview

Set in 120 acres of beautiful woodland, Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park offers one of the best value family days out and is currently the only place in Scotland to see elephants and giraffes. A fun filled day for all ages. Go on a wild safari drive through the animal reserves, take a boat trip around Chimp Island or catch one of the famous sea lion presentations or bird of prey demonstrations, take a leisurely stroll around Lemur Land, get up close to the animals at Pets' Farm – there’s something here to keep all the family amused. The kids will love the adventure playground with its pirate ship and buried treasure, wooden fort and swings and the pedal boats are great fun - all the aforementioned activities are included in the ticket price. There is also a small fun fair, restaurant & snack bars and a gift shop.
  • Creadble provider: NO
  • Creadble access: NO
  • Creadble employer: NO

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Contact details

Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park Blair Drummond, Stirling, Scotland, FK9 4UR
Phone: 01786 841456

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Ramps to viewing areas available. However there is unfortunatley no wheelchair access to the safari boats

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Changing Places Toilets Avaliable

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
We do not offer a discount to disabled visitors, but we do offer free admission for carers who are accompanying disabled visitors. Carer admission tickets are not available online and can be collected on arrival at the Ticket Office.

A maximum of one carer for each disabled visitor is permitted to enter Blair Drummond Safari Park free of charge to accompany and enable the disabled person to visit the park.

Proof of entitlement, such as a letter from the DLA, a carers letter or a carers ID badge, will be required.