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Marwell Wildlife

Location pin

Marwell Wildlife, Owslebury, Winchester, SO21 1JH - 

  • Users

    Up to
    80 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Have you considered holding a corporate event with a difference? Set amongst 140 acres of picturesque parkland, in the centre of Marwell Zoo, Marwell Hall offers a professional and unique venue for your Conferences, Team Building Days, Away Days and more. Our dedicated team is on hand with a wealth of experience to assist you in all aspects of your event. We have a selection of packages to offer and are very happy to provide a tailor-made service. Booking your event with us carries a range of added benefits. These include entrance to the zoo, unlimited free parking, organiser loyalty scheme and complimentary Wi-Fi. We offer an extensive catering menu, from breakfast breaks to a working lunch, tasty finger buffet or even hot food options! Why end your day there? We also offer Exclusive Sunset Safari Tours from May through to mid-August. As the sun goes down the activity has a tendency to go up! See our animals in a different light on a sunset safari and feel like a VIP. Treat your team to an exclusive evening tour of the zoo, see our amazing animals after the zoo closes and enjoy a mouth-watering BBQ at Cafe Graze, overlooking the African Valley. Our private Sunset Safaris are the perfect (and unique) way to enjoy time out with your work colleagues and friends.

Capacity & layout

Theatre

Theatre

up to 80

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 30

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 30

Classroom

Classroom

up to 30

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Disabled access

Disabled access

Lectern

Lectern

Premises parking

Premises parking

Overnight accommodation

Overnight accommodation

Breakout rooms

Breakout rooms

Audio & visual

Sound system

Sound system

Projector & screen

Projector & screen

TV screen

TV screen

WiFi

WiFi

Location

Reviews

  • Marc Vilalta

    April 2024

    We went on a Saturday. We bought our tickets online and saved waiting at the entrance. The park is clean, there are plenty of areas for children to play and restaurants with a good price but with a very good quality. We saw a lot of animals although there were some areas without animals. The organisation is very good and you can do the tour in one day very comfortably. There are no shows or at least we didn't see anything to see how they are fed or an explanation of their lives. Highly recommended and very good to go with children.

  • Gary Dyson

    June 2024

    Been too loads of different zoo's in the past and I have too say that this is one of the best. We got there for 10 on Sunday when they opened and we walked round seeing all the different animals stopped of for lunch and had a train ride and that took us up to 2.15. It was a lovely day, the animals looked well looked after. Would have liked too see more turtles and monkeys but apart from that is was brilliant.

  • Kat Quinn

    May 2024

    Another fabulous visit (members) Really enjoy being a member here, you never get the same experience and always come away with a different favourite of the day…today it was the weaver birds, busy making beats for their ladies absolutely fascinating to watch the different stages they were at with their ‘house builds’. Rhinos were very active today and we enjoyed watching them take a mud bath before bustling toward the same tree for a good scratch! Today we met a volunteer at two different points around the park ‘Dave Taylor’ he was fabulous telling us all about the lemurs and then what was new since we last visited including the new snow leopard (who we were lucky enough to later spot). We later bumped into him in the tropical house, his knowledge of all the bird species was fascinating and he helped us spot all the breeds. He really made the day more interesting and enjoyable. Very clean (including all animal enclosures we encountered were extremely well kept) family friendly day out, accessible for all with no steps, plenty of inside and outdoor picnic areas dotted around the park, even in the height of summer we have never struggled to find a picnic table. Good choice of food in the cafes/snack stations, gift shop sells a lovely array of items of interest to babies, children and adults. Would love to see a ‘keeper for the day’ experience introduced. I am still missing the Marabou storks though, loved how they liked showing off to visitors

  • Martin

    June 2024

    Good family visit. Children of 2 and 5 enjoyed their time here and seeing quite a variety of animals. We had a pushchair and a wheelchair and got round everywhere with ease. With a bit of improvement to some enclosures and some good weeding this would enhance the experience (some places were in dire need of a bit of weeding and obstructed the view). Would also suggest some enclosure could do with improving although most were very well sized for the animal (tiger seemed to have ample space to roam in the enclosure).