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Visit Marwell Zoo car-free
On Monday to Saturday, bus 69 runs regularly from Winchester bus station (about 25 mins, Stand E) and Fareham (65 mins). Ask the driver for the Fishers Pond stop, from where it’s a one-mile walk to the zoo, along quite busy roads.
On Sundays, bus 69 runs direct to from Winchester bus station (Stand E) to Marwell Zoo car park. Buses run a few times per day and the journey takes about 30 minutes.
If you’re coming from further afield Winchester to catch the bus, as above. There are direct trains from: London Waterloo (about 55 mins), Clapham Junction (50 mins), Oxford (70 mins), Bournemouth (55 mins), Southampton (15 mins), Poole (70 mins), Reading (35 mins), Basingstoke (15 mins), Portsmouth (40 mins), Fareham (25 mins) and Eastleigh (10 mins).
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About Marwell Zoo
140 acres of Hampshire countryside and gardens house more than 1200 animals and four adventure playgrounds. With an emphasis on conservation, there are Amur tigers and snow leopards, white rhinos, giraffes, penguins, a tropical house with resident sloth and birds flying free round the waterfall and lots more to see.
For any queries about visiting contact Marwell Zoo on 01962 777407 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Marwell Wildlife, Thompsons Lane, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1JH. Visit Website