West Midlands Safari Park is located in Worcestershire and is a great example of the 'British Safari'. It has a couple of acres of land dedicated to a number of wild animals like lions, elephants, ostriches, camels, rhinos, cheetahs, tigers and a few rarer sights such as anoa, eland, dholes and nilgai (a sort of 'hench' deer!).
Once the safari is complete you are lead back around to the entrance where you can park up (free of charge) and then go inside to the 'Amusement Area'. This section of the park includes further animal displays such as a reptile house, penguin enclosure and also a 'bat-cave' that you can walk through in the dark. I was 99% convinced that there was a net between the bats and us but it soon becomes evident that they are free to fly around as they please. I would avoid this part if you think that bats flying into your face and back could potentially bother you...
At the back of the amusement area are a few rides and even the odd roller coaster. None of the roller coasters are particularly big or terrifying (I am however a huge roller coaster fan so this may not be a shared opinion) and they are aimed more towards children and teenagers but there are quite a few good rides along with a ghost train and water rapids. The negative side of this section of the park is that all of the rides are chargeable, and it is EXPENSIVE. You're encouraged to buy a wristband which entitles you to ride without paying for each individual ride. This does work out better value for money (especially if you have kids), but it's still not cheap. Prices are all listed at http://www.wmsp.co.uk/rides-information-prices.php so it's worth checking before you visit the park.
West Midlands Safari Park costs roughly the same as similar parks, such as Longleat Safari Park, and they also give you a free pass to visit a second time when you buy your tickets. This is tied to the registration of the car you arrived in and covers the number of people you purchased tickets for on your first visit but it's a great idea as the experience is even more enjoyable when you haven't paid to get in.
In summary, this is a great day out and I would highly recommend visiting this Summer.