Blair drummond safari park prices:Blair Drummond Safari Park is an attraction for family visitors in Scotland’s vicinity of Stirling. On the 15th May 1970 it was opened to the public and houses over 350 animals, many of these wander or are held on a 120-acre (49 ha) lot in wide enclosures. The Safari Park is open every year between mid-March and the end of October. The park is one of the busiest sights in Scotland. Built-in 1715, the original Blair Drummond House. The house and surrounding land were purchased in 1916 by Sir John Kay, a Glasgow tea merchant.
Since he had no children, Kay handed over the property to the grandfather of the park owner, Jamie Muir, his nephew Sir John Muir. This house was a home for the family until it was sold in 1977 to the Camphill Movement, an organization that looks after people with special needs.
James Campbell Walker built the current Blair Drummond House in 1872, and again in 1923 after a fire destroyed James Bow Dunn’s former house. On 1 and 2 May, and 28, 29, and 30 May, we will be open until 7 p.m. The tickets are for 4.00 pm at a reduced price of £11.00 for adults and £9.00 for children and adults at these dates of ‘late entry.’