Marwell Zoo is owned by the world renowned, action-oriented charity, Marwell Wildlife. With an aim to conserve global biodiversity and pursue a sustainable future, their team of Conservation Biologists are behind programmes in both the UK and Africa. Working towards living in balance with nature, their talented scientists create adaptive initiatives to identify some of the most important animal habitats and help restore destroyed ecosystems.
Situated in the Winchester countryside, just three miles from the M3, Marwell Zoo is the perfect place to visit when looking for things to do with kids in Hampshire. The 140-acre wildlife park is home to hundreds of animals, from endangered Amur tigers, snow leopards and white rhinos to giraffes, gibbons and penguins – you’re in for a wild time!
When looking for things to do in Winchester, Marwell’s incredible range of animals boasts over 140 species. Head into their sustainable Tropical House, and explore two levels of wildlife, where the cascading waterfall and warm climate is home to free-flying birds, and their apex predator, the crocodile monitor lizard. Wander along the boardwalk for exceptional views of the zebras, rhinos and oryx, something the whole family can enjoy on a day out with the kids in Hampshire.
Marwell Zoo is a great place to visit for days out with the kids in Hampshire. Let the children run like cheetahs, swing like monkeys and slide like penguins in one of their 4 adventure playgrounds, while you take a well-deserved rest. they’ve thought of everything that makes them one of the top places to go in Winchester for families.