The Isle of Wight Zoo is home to a medley of exotic animals including tigers, lions, monkeys and lemurs, not to mention the cheeky meerkats, birds and wallabies found as you meander through the park.The zoo specialises in its care of the tigers and lemurs, each having an incredible large outdoor enclosure that permits visitors views of these creatures from multiple viewing points. Being a relatively small site (in comparison to the huge safari parks around the mainland UK), you will find that you might be able to cover the entire site in an hour or so,unless of course you get transfixed by the cheeky monkeys or awed by the sheer size and power of the tigers! A well stocked souvenir shop is in place and also a cozy cafe to refresh you. Also on site is a small museum showcasing info and artefacts from WW1. Sadly, this is not accessible to visitors in wheelchairs or parents using pushchairs, as it is housed in an old bunker with stepped access only.
For further info, please visit www.isleofwightzoo.com