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20% Off Longleat Safari Parks All In One Day Tickets - Adults  £27.96  / Child  £20.95 / Under 3's Free + £5 off next purchase @ Picniq
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20% Off Longleat Safari Parks All In One Day Tickets - Adults £27.96 / Child £20.95 / Under 3's Free + £5 off next purchase @ Picniq

£27.96£34.9520%Picniq Tickets Deals
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Refreshed 5th Mar (Posted 14th Feb)
Longleat Safari Park opens this Saturday 16th February, and you can get 20% off tickets at Picniq.

You'll also get a £5 voucher to use on your next booking at Picniq.

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-20% off bookings available until midnight the day before visit.

-Children under 3 go free but do require a ticket.

-When you buy online, you will receive an email confirmation from Longleat containing a unique transaction code. You will need this unique code upon arrival at Longleat but you do not need to print the email.

-Online bookings are limited to a maximum of 12 visitors.



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Explore Longleat's incredible attractions; Jungle Kingdom, Safari Drive Adventure, Adventure Park Longleat House and much, much more! A full-on fun-packed day for all the family! Jungle Kingdom will bring you up close to the cheeky lemurs, beautiful butterflies, aardvarks, parakeets, creepy crawlies and more! The drive through safari gives you the chance to see such as the majestic lions, mischievous monkeys, roaming rhino and chasing cheetahs! Venture into Longleat House where you will see the breathtaking Great Hall with 30ft high ceilings, the library, stocked with over 40,000 books, and other public rooms were beautiful tapestries and artworks are displayed. New for 2019: Don't miss the Giant Otters & Crocodiles that have now taken up residence at Longleat!

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Near on £100 for a day out with the wife and 2 kids seems a lot of money to me.

I could have a VERY good night out down the pub for that!
Edited by: "Dragon32" 14th Feb
Dragon321 h, 37 m ago

Near on £100 for a day out with the wife and 2 kids seems a lot of money …Near on £100 for a day out with the wife and 2 kids seems a lot of money to me.I could have a VERY good night out down the pub for that!


If you’ve never been you won’t understand that this is value. Quality day out. Didn’t get to see all of it in 1 day so very very good value.
We go every year using Tesco clubcard vouchers, makes it all a lot more reasonable.

One fewer tiger this year mind....
Edited by: "Jules_HT" 14th Feb
Been all the way from Northern Ireland to visit (as well as a short break in Somerset), great day out, just watch out for the monkeys ripping your hire car apart!! Lol
If it's a bank holiday tho, it can be a very long journey round the park.
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Considering you get 15% off for booking online direct anyway it’s not a huge saving but ever little helps I guess.
Went a couple of years ago during the 'Dad's go free' Father's day weekend. Really enjoyed it. Lots to see and do. The cafes and shops are overpriced as usual but no different to most places like this. We especially enjoyed feeding the deer by hand. Would like to return on a Festival of Light date next time (probably using Tesco clubcard vouchers as they save you 66% off the standard price). We also decided to bypass the monkey run last time as our car was only a few months old then but would probably risk it next time. It was also sad to hear the news that Nico, the park's famous old gorilla, died last month and that just a couple of days ago, an Amur tigress was killed after a keeper inadvertently left a gate open to another tiger enclosure .
Edited by: "Robbo11" 14th Feb
Sorry but that's just a rip off. I've never been but taking a whole family would cost a fortune. Rip off Britain at its finest.
30% off if you have an emergency services Blue Light Card.
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