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Woburn

When treetop thrills meet Britain’s largest drive-through safari park you get some Go Ape magic. While the wallabies roam about below, you get to let loose in the trees above. Away from the hustle and bustle of the safari park you’ll find some peace in the treetops and as you swing and zip through this high rope challenge, enjoy the magical views over acres of animal reserves and beyond.

The Go Ape course is located inside the Safari parks leisure area, and Go Ape participants are free to explore it, we also offer Go Ape participants the opportunity to upgrade their booking to include access to the Road Safari.
 
Due to the courses location access for observers is limited to one free Observer per booking. Please purchase any additional Observer entrances at £10 per person, this also includes access to the Safari Park’s leisure area. Any Observers wishing to do the road safari should not buy an observer ticket, but buy a full safari park ticket on the day instead.
 

go ape adventures at woburn

UNLEASH YOUR WILD SIDE AT WOBURN

An hour’s drive from London, Oxford, Cambridge and Birmingham, you’ll find our award-winning Treetop Challenge. This beautiful safari park offers the ying and yang of outdoor adventure - push yourself both physically and mentally while experiencing a peaceful treetop retreat!

Once you’ve unharnessed, drawn your breath and are ready for more action you can head over to the safari park (an optional extra) and get even closer to the animals. There is a road safari, a foot safari and a number of leisure attractions including an outdoor play area, indoor soft play, a railway and pedalos boat ride on the park’s lake.

If once you’ve had your fill of safaris, you can then head over to Woburn Abbey and the Gardens which has 28-hectares of absolutely beautiful gardens, ponds and woodlands. Explore Deer Park on one of the public pathways.

And finally, when the day's adventure fun is over, you can head over to Woburn Village, a picturesque Georgian village and home to a number of great public houses and superb restaurants where you can grab a drink and enjoy a bite to eat with good conversation.

Location Overview

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  • Free Parking

  • Dogs NOT permitted

  • Food and drink

  • Gift shop

  • Kids play area

  • Picnic Area

Go Ape Woburn, Crawley Road, Ridgmont, Bedford, MK43 0TU

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Know Before You Go

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure. Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels. 
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.

Make A Day of It

  • Explore the wonder of Woburn Abbey and the gardens.
  • Head over to the National Museum of Computing.
  • Double-up with a visit to Woburn Safari Park.
  • Bletchley Park, the home of the WW2 code breakers, is a short drive away.
  • Absolutely brilliant!! So much fun!

    Hannah Rice

  • The staff were excellent, they were ever so polite, helpful and they really knew their stuff! We ended up being the only group that had booked that day so we got the place to ourselves!! Had an absolute scream and we will definitely be returning!

    Hannah

  • Enjoyable day for my God children 13 and 11 they ate the park up and loved it :)

    robert Johnson

  • Great value for money. Lovely team who served and trained us well. We had a fantastic time.

    NB

  • excellent service, well organised, highly recommended

    mrs k lucas

  • Did it for the first time on the 1/11/18 for my boyfriends birthday and we loved it so much we can’t wait to go back and do it again! Only wish we had worn gloves and taken something to carry our phones in so I could have taken some epic selfies and photos. Other than that I would highly recommend this to anyone (unless you have a fear of heights)

    Tayla Trigg