Super Summer In Store As Attractions Join Forces...


Two of the Midlands’ top family attractions have teamed up to offer a new Combi Ticket, enabling guests to visit both attractions at a discounted price.

West Midland Safari Park and Drayton Manor Resort, both owned by the Looping Group, have launched a two-day ‘Combi Ticket’, meaning guests can enjoy days out at both attractions anytime during summer 2022, for a fraction of the price.

To take advantage of this brand-new offer, guests will need to visit either of the attractions’ websites and book online to download an e-ticket, providing access to both sites.

Victoria Lynn, Managing Director at Drayton Manor Resort, said, “We are really excited to launch this new ‘Combi Ticket’ with our sister park. We believe it gives families two fantastic fun-filled days out during the summer, with something for everyone to enjoy!”

Chris Kelly, Managing Director of West Midland Safari Park, added,

“At a time when everyone is feeling the pinch, we’re really proud to be able to join forces with another fantastic attraction, to offer great value savings for two amazing days out in the West Midlands.”

By purchasing the Combi Ticket, visitors to both attractions will be able to experience over 100 rides, see more than 200 different animal species and explore all both sites have to offer, including the brand-new Vikings area at Drayton Manor Resort and the new African Walking Trail at the Safari Park.

The ticket is valid for one day admission at Drayton Manor and one day at the Safari Park, from 16 June 2022 until 30 October 2022 and must be purchased before 30 September 2022.

Guests purchasing the Combi Ticket will save up to 33% on standard admission prices across both sites. Prices start at £45 for adults, £41 per child (aged 4-15 years), £25 for children aged 3 and £11 for children aged 2. Children under the age of 2 are free of charge. Adventure Theme Park rides at the Safari Park are charged extra.

Tickets must be booked in advance, online on either Drayton Manor, or the Safari Park’s websites, where more information is also available. See for West Midland Safari Park and for Drayton Manor Resort.