There are lots of animals to see at the Isle of Wight Zoo from monkeys and lions to rabbits and goats. However, there is also a range of activities you can get involved with, giving you the chance to find out about the animals too. The Isle of Wight Zoo specialises in the care of tigers and lemurs.
The zoo put on presentations everyday about the different animals they look after, educating visitors about their welfare - you may even be lucky enough to see some of the animals being fed.
Visit the Zoolitte Farm, which is home to rabbits and goats and other farm animals or take a trip to the Handling Zone to learn how to care for your pets at home.
If you get hungry during your visit, dine at the Zootique café or one of the outlets, which are situated throughout the zoo so wherever you are, you're catered for at the zoo.
Plus make sure you pick up a free stamp passport from the entrance and collect animal stamps around the zoo on the Stamp Trail. The animal stampers are hidden so make sure you keep your eyes pealed.
From Sandown station on the Island Line, there is a walk of 20-30 minutes to the zoo.
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