Marwell Wildlife

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Child connecting with penguins at Marwell Wildlife a conservation charity with a zoological park near Winchester in Hampshire

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    • Marwell’s 140-acre park is home to an incredible range of exotic and endangered species, in beautiful, landscaped surroundings. At the centre of the zoo sits the 13th century Marwell Hal. Previously home to the Seymour family, it's said that Henry VIII was a frequent visitor. Now you can wander into the bush in the company of wallabies; step into Africa for an encounter with giraffes and come face to face with Rica the Linne's two-toed sloth in the incredible Tropical House. Even immerse yourself in Lemur Loop, a walkthrough exhibit where you can get up close to several species of lemur. Visitors can enjoy a range of daily animal talks and feeds including giraffes, meerkats and Humboldt penguins. With five adventure playgrounds, a rail train, FREE tractor train, and two indoor picnic areas, there’s plenty to occupy your little ones whilst you relax and soak up the surroundings. April 2019 welcomes the exciting world exclusive exhibition of BRICKOSAURS! The interactive expedition created with more than two million bricks is sure to excite families, LEGO and dinosaur enthusiasts alike. A highlight includes the largest touring LEGO brick dinosaur model ever made – a whopping eight-metre T-Rex.
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