We're parents too. We understand that a great day out requires getting the basics right. We keep it simple:
We’re delighted to be in the middle of a 10 year period during which we will spend £17m on developing the zoo. This includes our £8m Tropical House exhibit showcasing a host of new species including colourful and charismatic mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects.
Our meerkats can currently be seen from an enclosure on the back lawn behind Marwell Zoo.
Thanks to a very generous legacy donation, Wallaby Walkthrough will be inaccessible to guests after October half term until Easter 2020. We are excited to be revamping the exhibit to make it a better experience for both our wallabies and guests. During this time, our wallaby troupe will be off show to guests. This update will also affect the red panda enclosure. Guests will still be able to see our adorable pair but won't have full access to the enclosure.
Remember to keep an eye out for our recent new arrivals and watch this space for any updates.
Marwell Hotel is on our doorstep.
My guests all said that they very much enjoyed their visit - how much they learnt from you and your colleagues who made sure that we were very much looked after. Many of my guests could tell how passionate your team were in looking after the animals and informed about Marwell's… Read full reviewLing, 21st August 2019