From endangered Amur tigers to majestic giraffes, explore more with our app and get closer to the wonders of the natural world. Learn more about your favourite animals, take part in a fun quiz, find out what’s on during your visit and plan your day so you won’t miss a thing.
The Marwell Zoo app lets you discover more about the animals; their habitats, conservation issues they face in the wild, their diets and their predators. Moreover, the app automatically displays relevant information on the animals at your exact location in the zoo, making your visit more engaging, more fun and helping you make more of your wonderful animal encounters.
Our fascinating quiz about the animals will help educate young and older visitors alike, and all of our events including our Daily Talks and animal feeds are listed in the app with times. Meaning you’ll never miss out on the chance to meet one of your favourites.
Animal sounds kindly supplied by Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz-Institut für Evolutions- und Biodiversitätsforschung.
Make the most of your visit and use our fantastic new in-app Audio Tour!
Learn fascinating facts about our amazing animals and hear about how conservation is supporting some of our star species.
(Don’t forget to bring your headphones along to the zoo so as not to disturb other guests or animals).
Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic Day our even in November
We last visited over 25 years ago and so
Much has changed all for the better.
The New Tropical House is amazing and I really didn’t want to leave there and but that would have meant missing the rest of the Zoo which would have been such a shame.
In the end we were there for 4 hours and still didn’t see all of it so we will be back in the summer when the place is open for longer and we can visit more of the animals.
Definitely not to be missed.
Overpriced for what was in the park.
We payed 40 quid to get in, most of the animals weren’t in where there meant to be, which meant a lot of empty rooms & when there was an animal in a room you couldn’t see them but that’s not the parks fault it was just exhausting looking for things that aren’t there. You had to pay a further £2.50 for a train which you’d think that would be in with the cost. There was a victorian house which you can’t even view which is a let down. All & all a bit lame but we managed to make light of our day out.
It’s lit fam
The most revolutionary zoo app of the 21st century. Scratch that, it’s the most revolutionary app of any genre. Using the Marwell Zoo App is equivalent to a religious experience (and I would know I’ve had a few). I met God at Marwell Zoo but it may have been a penguin I’m not quite sure. All I know is that he looked into my soul with his beautiful eyes and mighty penguin beard and suddenly all truths were revealed to me. Anyway, I digress. Was a pretty good app, could be a little faster.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.