Marwell Zoo is one of our most visited local attractions, as there is so much to do and see, that the kids don’t get bored.
Now, for 2022, they have a world-first collection of 55 prehistoric creatures made using more than 2 million toy bricks – BRICKOSAURS! Evolution.
Step back in time and embark on a prehistoric adventure through the park, coming face-to-face with a huge variety of dinosaurs, some who even make a noise!
From roaring Raptors to the incredible seven-metre-long Spinosaurus and a huge Mosasaur emerging from the water, the BRICKOSAURS are sure to excite families, toy brick and dinosaur enthusiasts alike.
Make sure you download the new free app, available on App Store and Google Play, to follow the educational BRICKOSAURS! trail with fascinating dino facts and build stats at every turn, plus test your inner palaeontologist with their prehistoric quiz.
Walk in the footprints of giants and discover how our ancestors founded prehistoric creatures at the Fossil Zone, plus see an amazing display of early marine creatures.
Of course, Marwell is also a fabulous zoo, with hundred’s of animals to see.
In fact, Marwell is more like a walking safari than a zoo, with 140 acres of parkland to explore, including some fabulous new play area’s to keep even the fussiest of children happy.
Despite being a somewhat overcast and dreary day, we were really lucky with all the animals and not only saw all of our favourites, but were treated to seeing them up close.
I don’t think we have ever been as close to a snow leopard.
If you plan on visiting Marwell, they are still carefully monitoring numbers in the zoo, so everyone enjoys a comfortable visit, therefore all guests must prebook tickets online, for the correct day before arrival.
Make sure you keep an eye on some of the Brickosaur displays, as some have competition’s attached to them.
Tickets cost from £22.48 for adults and £18.88 for children, with children aged under 3, free.
Disclaimer: We were guests of Marwell for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own