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Welcome to Monkey Haven

We're open Friday to Monday and daily from 17 May

We’re the Isle of Wight’s award-winning primate rescue centre. A place to relax, have fun in the fresh air and meet some amazing animals.

Our sanctuary is for animals in need of care and attention. You’ll learn all about these fascinating creatures, their personalities, and how they came to be at the Haven. Many were rescued from tragic situations, found tied up in airports, or badly neglected by their previous owners.

 We rescue and rehabilitate owls that have injuries and wouldn’t survive in the wild. And we also look after reptiles and a mob of meerkats. Come and say hello.

PLAN YOUR VISIT >

Everything you need to know to have a fun day

MEET THE ANIMALS >

Monkeys, Owls, Meerkats, Reptiles & creepy crawlies

Our Sanctuary >

Find out about our charity and what we do

Support us >

There are so many ways you can make a difference

Book your tickets online

Stay as long as you like and get a free 7 day return pass.

You will be taken to a secure online booking system.

Text "CAP" to 70085 to donate £5 to out Capuchin appeal
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Text "CAP" to 70085 to donate £5 to out Capuchin appeal
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Download our awesome app

It’s fun. It’s free. It’s available now.

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“Wonderfully cared for animals, in a beautiful setting, totally recommended.”

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Meet the Cotton-top Tamarins

Cottontop tamarins are critically endangered, due to extensive deforestation and the illegal pet trade, with only a few thousand remaining. 

Mary, Mungo and Midge used to be pets and were found in a terrible condition. Their owner was a compulsive hoarder, who crammed 180 monkeys into her house in France. Our Cotton-Top Tamarins were among the lucky few survivors. These monkeys are much loved by us all, and against the odds, now display normal behaviour.

MEET MORE AMAZING ANIMALS
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Make an animal happy

By adopting an animal you will be supporting their upkeep for a whole year.

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Swing by and meet the family