Road & Rail Trains

The Marwell Railway

Marwell Wildlife is set in 140 acres of beautiful Hampshire countryside, and your visit can be as relaxed or active as you'd like. Most of our guests hop on one of our two trains during their visit.

Road train

Due to road maintenance the road train will by running a revised route around the lower part of the park on Tuesday 10 October. Pedestrian access from the Red Pandas to the aviary will remain in place. Please check the timetables on display for further information.

For those who need a little help getting around the zoo, simply hop aboard our FREE road train service. Our smart new carriages have just been introduced and are now able to carry even more passengers.

Board our free road train from the following stops around the zoo (subject to availability)

  • Gift shop
  • Giraffes
  • Tigers
  • Somali Wild Ass
  • Macaques
  • Tropical World

Please view the timetables displayed at each stop.

Rail Train

From Spring until October complete your visit with a scenic trip on our 64 passenger train running at weekends and school holidays (subject to availability). Park your buggy on the train platform opposite Penguin Cove then jump aboard for a 15 minute round trip past our capybaras, flamingos, pygmy hippos, macaques*, white rhinos, Grevy's zebras, scimitar-horned oryx and ostrich. * Please note our macaques are currently only visible inside their enclosure and not on their island.

Support our charity

Rail train prices are £2.50 per person with under 3's travelling free.

You can pay at the station as you board or by card in advance at the shop. All proceeds go to the care of our animals in the zoo and our conservation programmes in the UK and Africa.

 

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Great support for disabled access

We thought it was brilliant, great support for disabled access, animals looked well looked after, clean, set in lovely countryside, good signage, lots of interesting info about the animals, lots of places to get refreshments, we'll definitely come again Tina Lee, 4th January 2017