What's New at Marwell Zoo
Tucana has been born!
The first of 2 zebra fouls has been named by Marwell Zoo, Tucana. First time Mother, Dorotka, gave birth to Tucana on Sunday and they are both doing very well. Marwell Zoo's hoofstock team have a 'space theme' for all animals born on their section this year and Tucana is a star constellation. From the video you can see how boundy and energetic she is with a great zest for life.
These Grevy Zebras are currently endangered meaning Marwell Zoo's conservation work is incredibly important to this species.
Marwell Zoo has a fantastic conservation team working all over the world to protect endangered species. Closer to home, they have been working for 25 years to repopulate sand lizards to their natural environment in the heathlands of Dorset, Hampshire and Surrey. See what species they are working to protect by clicking here.
Visiting Marwell Zoo
How To Get There:
From the middle of Winchester Marwell Zoo is a 15 minute drive. From Winchester follow signs to the M3 south then shortly after take the B3335 towards Colden Common. Follow the signs onto the B2177 up to Marwell Zoo.
£17 per adult.
£13.50 per child
FREE under 2s
£58 family ticket - 2 adults 2 children
Marwell Zoo's top tips
FREE Wi-Fi is available in most buildings throughout the park.
Buy a guide book packed full of useful information and a map to make the most of your day. It’s just £2.99 and a great opportunity to find out more about the animals.
Check the Information Cabin for times of their fascinating daily talks to plan your day – this is also where you pick up our Explorers Trail so don't forget to take a pencil!
Upon entering the park, pick up one of the "lost child" stickers, add your mobile number and place it on your child's back, where they cannot reach it with their hand.
Check the new arrivals board opposite the membership cabin for news of the latest animal arrivals.
You can also book an amazing animal face to face experience or pick up an animal adoption for someone you love.
Warm up on a cold day (or cool down on a hot day) with a hot (or cold) drink from the coffee shop located inside the gift shop.
No. 6 Magdalen Mews is the perfect holiday home in Winchester for a young family. A maisonette style property with a sofa bed, travel cot and infant facilities it is ideal for an out-of-season holiday with a trip to Marwell Zoo. No. 6 Magdalen Mews has allocated parking so it is perfect for you to bring the car and then have access to Marwell Zoo where the is a large free car park.
In the evenings it is just a 2 minute walk from the property to Pizza Express and check out our other recommended dining options here.