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Revisit after many years with grandchildren. A hot day and,as with other zoos,animals right at back of enclosures or indoors. Many enclosures contained Lego animals! Why? Don't come to a zoo for that. Poor choice of animals, kids became bored with amount of walking and,in...More
Very disappointed on this my first visit. Managed to see 1 leopard from a distance, the only big cat all day!! Apart from the giraffes and about 6 zebras and a few other animals, very few tbe seen. I was was particularly disappointed that the...More
We took our 11 year old granddaughter here after many many years since our last visit.
We were worried she'd be bored as the thing these days seem to be theme parks but we were so wrong.. She loved her day here.
There seem to...More
Disappointing day. £18 each entrance fee is good, but as they say you get what you pay for. Long uneven paths from cage to cage. 8 out of 10 cages empty. and if there is some thing in the cage, it was so over grown...More
Had high hopes for our visit to Marwell Zoo, booked as part of a Paulton's Park Package (and therefore discounted). Unfortunately I was left quite disappointed by the experience.
After a lengthy trek from the pretty-much full car park over uneven stones, we found ourselves...More
We arrived at 1.30 in the afternoon and found the site well signposted giving directions.
Unfortunately, being a warm day quite a few of the animals were unavailable due to taking a nap and bedded down somewhere, or high on a rock or tree.
Four families, eight children and every year we see Santa together. First time at Marwell and it was magical. Every person there was fantastic and the extra personal details (actual names on screen on the ‘nice list’, the elves knowing all 8 names without looking...More