Marwell Zoological Park
Marwell Zoological Park is a charity dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and their natural habitats. The Park has over 200 rare and endangered species of animals including tigers, rhino, penguins and giraffe. John Knowles, a pioneering conservationist, founded the Zoological Park in 1972. Marwell is set in 100 acres of countryside. You can either walk around the park or hop on the free road train for a ride that takes approximately 30 minutes with several drop-off and pick-up points along the way.
All year (except Christmas day and Boxing day)
Daily, 10am - 5pm (Peak days 6pm, off peak days 4pm)
Free entry for under 3s. Cheaper when not in High Season.
Thompsons Lane, Colden Common, Winchester,
Tel:01962 777407 Email Website
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Off the B2177 between Colden Common and Bishops Waltham, Marwell is well signposted with the brown tourist signs.
On the grounds.
Cafe Graze, serving freshly prepared hot meals, using local ingredients. There are also snacks kiosks.

• Special rate for all guests with disabilities, individuals or groups.
• One free carer admitted with one paying guest with disabilities.
• Special car parking area in main car park.
• Free road trains, special carriage accessible to wheelchair users.
• Ample toilet facilities for guests with disabilities.
• Wide aisles in Ark Gift Shop.
• Wheel chairs are available from our entrance gate free of charge.
• Please note we are unable to admit guide dogs to the park.
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Baby changing facilities
First aid kiosk
Information Kiosk
Marwell Zoological Park
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