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Marwell Zoo

Winchester Category For the Family, For the Kids, Nature & Wildlife, Entertainment
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Explore Marwell Zoo and get closer to the wonders of the natural world. From endangered Amur tigers to majestic giraffes - our 140-acre zoo is home to an incredible range of exotic and endangered species. Including:

• Giraffes - towering above you in the giraffe house
• Penguins - flying underwater at Penguin Cove
• Tigers - beautiful, ferocious and intriguing!
• Meerkats - foraging near Cafe Graze
• Snow Leopards - a watchful eye at Roof of the World
• Cheetahs - strolling around Savannah Tracks
• Hippos - bobbing in our semi-aquatic mammal house
• Rhinos - charging around their paddock


Admission

• Adult Aged 17 - 59 years: £16.35

• Child Aged 3 - 16 years: £12.72

• Infant Aged 0 - 2 years: Free

• Family 2 adults & 2 children (under 16 years): £54.50

• Concession Senior 60+/Student with NUS card: £14.08

• Carer for disabled guest Proof of entitlement required: Free

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