If you're stuck with ideas of things to do over the summer holidays then look no further than Hampshire's animal attractions.
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.
Paultons Family Theme Park Home of Peppa Pig World offers a great family day out with over 60 different attractions and rides included in the price!
Set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 150 birds of prey on view, from owls to eagles! Visit our Bird of Prey Hospital, Fund-a-Bird HQ, Viewing Hides and hold a British bird of prey. There is so much to see and do!
Birdworld offers a great family day out, where you can meet a huge range of birds, take a trip to Jenny Wren's Farm, or a magical journey into Underwater World.
Fourteen hundred acres of downland and woodlands situated in south east Hampshire. Waymarked trails. Programme of events and activities. Visitor Centre, shop and cafe.
Enter the Blue Reef Aquarium and take a safari from the depths of the Solent to the tropical coral reef. A memorable visit for all the family.
Very close to the city centre, The Hawthorns provides easy access to wildlife on Southampton Common. The display room in the Information Centre has live exhibits and a hands-on activity room and cafe.
In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries this area was dominated by extensive salt workings and was a major supplier of sea salt to the Royal Navy.
A haven of green tucked away in the city centre adjacent to the Guildhall and Civic Offices.
Nature reserve formed out of former clay quarry. Seventy acres including lakes, woodland and a variety of walks. Study centre.