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Knowsley Safari Park logoKnowsley Safari Park 10% off onlineBook online to get discounted entry at weekends

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Book online at Knowsley Safari Park to get 10% off gate ticket prices on Saturdays and Sundays. You'll get a confirmation code which you need to print or show on your smartphone or tablet on the day.

Online tickets are £14.85 for an adult ticket (£16.50 on the gate) and £11.25 for a child (aged 3-15 years, free for under threes) ticket (£12.50 on the gate). Midweek tickets can’t be bought online, they are only available on the gate.

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Knowsley Safari Park logoDads go ‘free’ at Knowsley Safari ParkWhen you pay for a child ticket his Father's Day


On Sun 17 Jun, dads can go free at Knowsley Safari Park with the purchase of a child ticket. You can either book in advance on its website, or just turn up on the day.

You will be given one free day ticket (norm £16ish), along with your car to drive through the park. If you don’t live near Knowsley, there are still plenty of options on our Cheap Days Out page.

Knowsley Safari Park logoKnowsley Safari Park £10 per carPay at the gate for up to seven people, Mon-Fri only


If you go to Knowsley Safari Park during the week (Mon-Fri) you'll pay £10 per car for up to seven people until Thu 30 Jun. Adult tickets are normally £16.50 on the gate and £12.50 for a child (aged 3-15 years, free for under threes), so this is a significant saving.

It's worth noting that this offer is for cars only and any vehicle with more than the legally permitted passengers will be turned away. If you've got a soft top or vinyl sunroof on your car, you can't drive through the lion or baboon enclosures for safety reasons.

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Not available online, with any other offer, or on weekends and bank holidays.

Knowsley Safari Park logoKnowsley Safari Park 50% off entry during half-termSit back in your car and drive through the safari


Simply print the Knowsley Safari half price voucher (or show it on your smartphone) to get 50% off entry tickets, so adults pay £8 and for children (aged 3-15) it's £6. It's valid till Sun 23 Feb.

One voucher's good for any number of people in your car (the wild animals roam free in most areas of the park so you'll need to be strapped into a car).

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Can't be used on family tickets or with any other offer. You'll pay extra for amusement rides.


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