Daily Talks & Activities

Our daily talks and activities might be subject to change, so if you're excited to see something in particular please ask at our friendly Information Cabin (just inside the entrance).

Check out What's On Today for events in the zoo.

Check out what's happening at Marwell over the next couple of days, or the date you are visiting.


 

Today, Sunday 23rd July, 2017

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Explorers Trail

Pick up our Explorers Trail from our Info Cabin as you arrive and collect all 9 stamps around the park. Suggested donation of £1. Don't forget your pencil!

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Plus all these fantastic daily activities!

Discovery Tables

Up to 6 locations around the zoo

Throughout your visit to Marwell zoo you may find 'Discovery Tables' in up to 6 locations. These allow you to learn more about our penguins, cheetahs, zebras, rhinos and oryx in Wild Explorers, birds in our walkthrough aviary, reptiles, and more. Ask on the day of your visit which Discovery Tables are taking place.

Aviary Discovery Table

12:30pm - Meerkats: Mobs Rule

Meerkats - Cafe Graze

Think meerkats are cute and cuddly?  Think again!  They may look adorable but underneath their cute exterior, they often turn out to be nightmare neighbours.

Meerkat group

2:30pm - Keeper in Action - Aviary feed

Walkthrough aviary at Fur, Feathers & Scales

See our incredible range of exotic birds in action as they establish a pecking order for their food. Look out for the incredible hamerkop, which builds the world's biggest bird nest, the stunning Schalow's turaco and the industrious village weaver bird. Please feel free to ask the keeper any questions you may have.

Village weaver bird building a nest

3:30pm - Spotlight on Penguins

Penguin Cove

Ever the favourites - join our feathered friends at feeding time and see their streamlined body in action as they zoom around their watery world.

Humboldt penguins at Penguin Cove

Where next?

Continue planning your visit, or check out our ticket prices.

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