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Wight Bells morris day of dance heads to the Isle of Wight Zoo
Wight Bells morris side traditonally hold their annual day of dance on the sunday following August Bank holiday weekend . This tradition has been growing in popularity year on year with the result that this year 11 sides from along the South coast will travel to the Island to join the Wight Bells and 6 other Island based sides.
The zoo will be hosting part of the spectacular day of dance on Sunday 4th Sept and we will be welcoming the sides from around 1pm - 2.20pm so head over to the zoo and get your feet tapping along .
Tickets now available for two exciting outdoor "silent movie " screenings at the Isle of Wight Zoo !!
Tickets are now available for two exciting and unique cinema experiences here at the Isle of Wight Zoo this August bank holiday weekend. Get your paws on tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Tickets for both movies are available to purchase online by using the relevant links below.
We look forward to warmly welcoming you .
It is always important during events at the zoo that we ensure the wellbeing of our animals, therefore the screenings will be "silent movies " and headphones will be provided !!
On arrival you will be handed a set of headphones,as the movie begins simply slip them on ,sit back,relax and enjoy
Please note :Headphone use may not be suitable for very small children.
ZOOTROPOLIS Friday 26th August 2016 -6:30pm admission, 8pm film begins
Zootropolis - The perfect family film to show at the Zoo! It’s fun,entertaining with plenty to enjoy for children and adults alike so bring the whole family to one of Disney’s most popular films of the year.
Tickets now available to book online here.
THE JUNGLE BOOK (2016 )Sunday 28th August 2016 (Bank holiday weekend) 6:30pm admission, 8:00pm film starts
The Jungle book :The zoo has to be the perfect place to see this family favourite , not only will you be surrounded by monkeys and tigers! Strange but true the zoo's managing director is distantly related to Rudyard Kipling who wrote The Jungle Book, hence the zoo's first tiger was named "Shere Khan"
Tickets now available to book online here
NEW FOR 2016 -Daily " Walking Safari's "
Each day throughout the season join our friendly and knowledgable " Animologists " on an extraordinary and exciting new adventure as we unveil our unique 2016 " walking safari's " around the Isle of Wight Zoo
Daily " Walking Safari " timetable