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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.
Due to enclosure maintenance, our meerkats can currently be seen in an enclosure on the back lawn behind Marwell Hall.
Thanks to a very generous legacy donation, Wallaby Walkthrough will be inaccessible to guests after October half term until Spring 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.
Due to Wallaby Walkthrough works, the red panda enclosure is also inaccessible to guests. The pair may still be visible but guests are unable to get up close.
Due to enclosure maintenance, our ring-tailed lemurs, black and white ruffed lemurs and crowned lemurs are currently behind the scenes. You can still find black and white ruffed lemurs, Alaotran reed lemurs and red-ruffed lemurs at Life Among the Trees.
Remember to keep an eye out for our recent new arrivals and watch this space for any updates.
Marwell Hotel is on our doorstep.
We rely on day ticket, retail and catering sales; things we are no longer receiving; in order to operate.
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We had a fantastic time at the zoo yesterday. It was the first time we had been into the tropical house, and we were so surprised to see so many animals, birds, butterflies and beautiful plants there. We packed so much in, and saw so many animals, including great views of… Read full reviewTeresa, 19th August 2018