The Reptile Centre is open daily between 10am and 4.30pm, until 26th September 2014.
Discover more about British reptiles and amphibians and how they are being conserved in the New Forest.
Specially created display enclosures allow you to safely study these animals.
We have the only collection of all the native lizards, snakes, frogs and toads, including Britain's only venomous snake - the adder - and rarest lizard - the sand lizard.
In addition to reptiles and amphibians, the New Forest Reptile Centre is home to 'A Date With Nature in the New Forest' (Now closed until spring 2015)which affords an opportunity to see birds of prey close up on nest cams. This project is a collaboration between the RSPB, along with the New Forest National Park Authority, the Forestry Commission and Carnyx Wild. Please visit us in 2015.
There is also a self guided trail through the forest and woodland picnic area.
Parking and entry is FREE, however, a donation is welcome by use of the car park ticket machine.
The trail mainly follows a fairly smooth gravelled surface, although the final section is a grassy path that can become muddy during wet weather.
Reptile Centre Podcast
Take your very own 'ranger' out in the New Forest by downloading the New Forest Reptile Centre Podcast for your MP3 player by clicking here.