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Enjoy February half term at Marwell Zoo

Linnes Two Toed Sloth Choloepus Didactylus hanging from a tree at Marwell Zoo's Tropical House

We can’t wait to see you this February half term! Have a wild day out with your loved ones, make memories, and keep little monkeys entertained… while saving money!

Save big on your zoo visits

When you purchase an online day ticket and visit the zoo before 23 February 2024, you can visit as many times as you like for the next 30 days for free! Terms and conditions apply.

If you’re visiting during February half term, your 30 days of free returns will start from Monday 19 February to make it fair for everyone visiting.

If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to a Marwell Zoo annual membership, this offer is the perfect way to trial an annual pass before unlocking a year of otterly great days out!

You’ll even get your ticket price (excluding donation) deducted off the membership if you choose to upgrade within 30 days of your first visit.

Download the free Marwell Zoo app

Our free app is full of fascinating animal facts, animal feed times and a handy map to show you around our 140-acre park.

Don’t forget to take part in our park app trails too! Marwell’s Mighty Trail is an interactive experience that explores the natural “superpowers” of some of the animals at the zoo.

There are bonus activities that will prompt plenty of laughs along the way and when you have all of the letters just click the “Enter to WIN” icon on the trail map for a chance to win Annual Membership for two adults and two children!

Our tremendous Tree Trail is a great way to explore the wonderful trees of Marwell. Some of the trees on the Marwell estate date back to the early 14th century more than 100 years before the Wars of the Roses.

Check our feed times

Our animal feed times are available at the information cabin at admissions or on our free Marwell Zoo app. Pop along and watch the likes of our red-necked wallaby, crocodile monitor and ring-tailed lemurs being fed.

Dress for the great British weather 🌦

We have several indoor areas where you can see our resident animals and learn about their habitats such as the Energy for Life: Tropical House, Wild Explorers, Thriving Through Nature and Life Among the Trees.

There are also covered picnic spots and Cafe Graze which has a covered seating area for guests to enjoy their food away from the elements.

We are, however, primarily an outdoor attraction, so we recommend bringing appropriate footwear, warm layers and waterproofs so you don’t get caught out!

If you forget on the day, don’t worry – you can buy a super stylish Marwell poncho from Café Graze or our Gift Shop.

Take your time

Channel your inner safari ranger and take your time at the zoo. We recommend wandering around at a leisurely pace, enjoying our animals and their immersive habitats.

Finally

a woman photographs lemurs at Marwell Zoo on a photography experience day

Make sure you take lots of photos to remember your special day, and feel free to tag us and use #MarwellZoo when you share them online – we love seeing our guests having fun!

Discover even more ways to upgrade your zoo visit

By visiting us this February half term, you’re supporting Marwell Zoo’s wonderful resident animals and our charity’s global conservation efforts.

We can’t wait to see you soon!