Nature & Wildlife
Amazon World Zoo Park
The largest collection of exotic animals on the Island. Anteaters, Penquins, Sloth, Tapirs, Ocelot, Flamingos, Toucans, Monkeys and more. Animal talks and events throughout the year. Adventure playground, cafe and shops, plus the Islands only Lemur walkthrough exhibit 'Wild Madagascar' where you can walk in with the Lemurs! Amazon World website...Buy Admission Tickets
Butterfly & Fountain World
A colourful and enthralling place to watch hundreds of exotic butterflies from around the world fly freely in the tropical indoor garden. Fountain World has well stocked ponds, there are sreams, fountains and flowers to enjoy. Café and Gift shop. Butterfly & Fountain World website...Buy Admission Tickets
Isle of Wight Zoo & Tiger Sanctuary
The Isle of Wight's original zoo specialises in the care and conservation of big cats and Madagascan animals. Currently home to tigers, lions and jaguars with many lemurs, monkeys and wallabies. All the animals are housed in a wide variety of naturalistic enclosures theat encourage them to display thier natural behaviours. Enjoy handling some friendlier animals in Zoo at Home. More on the Isle of Wight Zoo...Buy Admission Tickets
A captivating and heart-warming animal experience, the Monkey Haven, the Isle of Wight's multi-award winning animal attraction cares for many rare and endangered species of primates and birds of prey. Spacious bespoke enclosures, tranquil setting, first class facilities, under 5's playing area and brand new adventure playground. A visit to the Monkey Haven is a truly memorable experience. More about Monkey HavenBuy Admission Tickets
Owl & Falconry Centre
Set within 3 acres at Appuldurcombe House, the Owl & Falconry Centre has aviaries of Owls, Falcons, Hawks, Vultures and Kites from around the world. Flying displays last about 45 minutes with a factual and informative commentary. Owl & Falconry Centre website...Buy Admission Tickets
Shanklin Chine Historic Gorge
Wander through a magical world of natural beauty, a rich haven of rare plants, woodland, wildlife & cool waterfalls. Apart from its geological history, you can learn about the Victorian's, shipwrecks, smuggling, P.L.U.T.O & its use as Commando Training camp. Shanklin Chine website...Buy Admission Tickets
Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary
Located between Shanklin and Ventnor, the charity opened its doors in 1987 as a home to distressed and unwanted donkeys. They are very placid and gentle creatures and respond best when treated kindly so why not pay a visit and make a new friend you can even adopt one!
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