The Isle of Wight Zoo is based on Sandown Beach, Winner of BBC Countryfile Magazines 2019 Beach of the Year Award, which is on the east coast of the Island. The Zoo recently became a registered Charity and is well known as a centre for rescued big cats, all having come to their forever homes at the Zoo at different stages of their lives and from a variety of backgrounds.
There is so much to see at the Zoo, from pocket sized primates to powerful predators and cheeky meerkats to playful lemurs and so many more, the residents of The Isle of Wight Zoo will charm and amaze you.
You can refuel at the Wildheart Café, serving hot/cold food as well as hot and cold drinks and snacks. There is a picnic area and a play area for the children to let off steam. As you leave the zoo, remembering the animals you’ve met, don’t forget to pick up a memento of your stay from the Wildheart Shop.