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Running from 1 to 16 April, guests will be invited to the Park to take part in the celebrations, which include an interactive trail, competitions, giveaways and a chance to meet the Park’s resident Easter bunny, Bramble.

Ahead of the event, Bramble has been out and about, checking out the new displays and meeting the residents, such as the rainbow lorikeets.

New for 2023 will be ‘Bramble Bunny’s Birthday Bash’ show, which will involve party games, dancing and a chance to snap a picture with Bramble at the end.

PR & Events Officer, Bethan Davis, said, We are so excited for this year’s event, as not only do we have a lot of fun in store for Easter, but we also get to launch the Park’s 50th birthday celebrations too. Our resident Easter bunny has returned and this year, he has a brand new show where he will be inviting guests to a big birthday party. Guests can expect party tricks, games and even helping Bramble to make a birthday cake!

 “We would love to get our guests involved with the celebrations, so we will be offering lots of chances for our guests to win some amazing prizes, such as Safari Lodges stays, annual passes, tickets, cuddly toys and of course, chocolate! We will have a scratchcard trail, competitions and we are launching a golden ticket giveaway, where guests can buy a chocolate bar which may contain a hidden golden ticket. We hope everyone has an egg-straordinary time.”

During the event, the Park will be decorated with bright and colourful Easter theming, including giant eggs, hay bales and floral displays. There is also a new 50th anniversary living wall photo point.

Guests will have to chance to meet Bramble either at the show, or at intervals during the day, when he will be roaming the Discovery Trail.

Children can take part in an ‘Eggsplorer trail’ to locate the giant animal eggs and will earn a special chocolatey treat from Bramble’s burrow, where they can take part in some more fun, games and giveaways.

Additionally, there will be chances to win a selection of prizes by taking part in a variety of competitions such as by guessing the number of eggs, to win a Rhino Lodge stay, or finding the 50th birthday egg, hidden somewhere in the Park, to win a family platinum annual pass.

West Midland Safari Park’s Easter activities are included in the admission charge and guests are encouraged to book online in advance for the best prices. Children under the age of three are free.

Adventure Theme Park rides are charged extra. Admission includes a Free Return to visit again within six months, only when booking online in advance.

Further information about West Midland Safari Park is available from the Park’s website or by telephone 01299 402114. Find out more on the Safari Park’s official Facebook page: