New Forest Reptile Centre, Lyndhurst

(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • About as interesting as a reptile centre based on purely native species can be. Plus a splendid close up camera view of a bird of prey (buzzard?) rearing its chicks.  more »
  • Saw adders and toads and odd slowworm but aided by very helpful reptile centre lady, very informative. But young children like to see things in the pods. Some were not 'active' shall we say. Still, we...  more »
  • We have been for the last two years at he beginning of April. It's perfect as a half hour stop off to break a journey if you are going further west. Tucked away in the new forest our kids loved lookin...  more »
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  • It has developed from being just otters and owls over 20 years ago to now have a wide variety of beautiful British animals. It also has some of the best play areas for children we have come across. We keep coming back.
  • Reptile walking route not very clear. South to north and north to south clear but from the left edge of the triangle to the right edge, west to east, no market posts and not an obvious clearing which is the route as there is many. As the marker posts disappear we ended up trudging through very deep wet mud up to our knees to get back to the car park. However the staff at the reptile outdoor shed very friendly and lovely reptile displays. Just do them first incase you get lost on the route and are very muddy like us!
  • A brilliant place where you can see adders, lizards, frogs that can be found in the area. They are in outside pens so you can often see them up close. Enthusiastic and friendly staff. Kids love it! Adults too!
  • Fantastic little place to explore with the kids with a beautiful forest walk of 1.2 miles to follow. Incredibly friendly and well informed staff, we will go back again and again.
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