Experience the African wilderness first hand when Marwell Zoo in Hampshire opens its brand new and biggest exhibit to date: ‘Wild Explorers’ for summer 2015.
Visitors will be immersed in the animals’ environment as they take in some incredible views of white rhino, zebra and scimitar-horned oryx roaming together.
Marwell is actively involved in conserving these three species, so its setting and design will reveal how they study and observe these animals in the wild. The exhibit will provide a range of entertaining activities, both indoors and out, focussed on discovery, learning and the natural history of these magnificent creatures.
What’s more, the exhibit will offer covered areas for exhibitions plus a new, themed play area for younger guests. Wild Explorers marks the start of a £17m investment programme for Marwell Zoo over the next 10 years, creating improved habitats for their animals and more immersive experiences for visitors.
As soon as Wild Explorers opens in summer 2015, work will start on a new £4m tropical house that will be heated by an anaerobic digester, powered by the animals’ waste and designed to hold an array of current and new species.
Visit with your group and save on standard ticket prices with a special offer www.marwell.org.uk/groups