Animal Attractions in Hampshire
There are loads of wildlife parks, farms and zoos in Hampshire where you can get up close to your favourite animals, birds and reptiles.
From farmyard favourites like pigs and cows, to endangered species like tigers and monkeys, there are plenty of places in Hampshire to see your favourite animals.
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A visit to Marwell Zoo is a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world – and play a big part in helping to save them.
Discover tropical glasshouses, gardens, friendly farm animals and 1000 acres of parkland with follies. Walks and cycle trails, all in Sir George Staunton's 19thC Regency landscape.
Nately Scures, Hook
Miller's Ark is a traditional working farm which holds regular open days aiming to encourage interaction with a whole range of friendly farm animals through grooming handling and feeding.
Covering an area of 400 acres, Manor Farm Country Park is a delightful mix of woodland, riverside and open space. Situated conveniently just off the junction 8 of the M27, the park is located on the banks of the picturesque river Hamble.
Fun for all ages with hands-on activities every day - small animal handling, bottle-feeding calves and kids, duck feeding. Indoor and outdoor play areas. Tearoom, and farm produce shop.
Worting Road, Basingstoke
Manydown Family Fun is an amazing day out for all the family! The attraction is open seasonally, not all year round.
Liberty's is home to a large collection of birds of prey and reptiles. Observe the birds flying free and reptiles up close in various spectacular displays throughout the day. Kennels for dogs provided free of charge.
Bring the family to the Hawk Conservancy Trust for a day in the country; to have fun, to learn, to be inspired and to be amazed.
Finkley Down Farm is the place to go! There is always so much to see and do. You can join in with the activities scheduled throughout the day; cuddle a rabbit, or groom a pony; you'll scarcely have time to play on the adventure playground.
Butser Ancient Farm, nestled within the Southdowns National Park, is a wonderful outdoor space showcasing Ancient Britain through experimental archaeology.
Spotting deer in the New Forest isn't always easy, but at Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary there is a purpose built viewing platform overlooking a large meadow area where a herd of fallow deer regularly gather.
Looking to visit the amazing Blue Reef Aquarium in Portsmouth? If so, click here to get the latest information direct from the official Portsmouth tourism site.
Paultons Park is the theme park for families which has more than 60 wonderful rides and attractions included in the admission price.
Baffins Pond (at 4.35 hectares) is home to a host of wild fowl and ducks, as well as established reed beds.