London's big zoo, which has been modernising in recent years with more engaging, immersive and interactive exhibits. Located in Regents Park, with more than 700 animals.
New in 2010 was ‘Rainforest Life’ which allows you to step into the rainforest and come face-to-face with a variety of species inluding monkeys, sloths and armadillos. There’s also a ‘Night Life’ section with bats, rats, and other nocturnal creatures.
Other highlights include:
- Animal Adventure – a children’s zoo
- Gorilla Kingdom – for a really close up look
- Bugs – for everything creepy crawly
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Tube: Camden (15 minute walk), Regent’s Park (20 minute walk)
Bus: 274, C2
Car: Extensive parking and outside of congestion charge area
Early Mar-16 Jul: 10:00-17:30
17 Jul-5 Sep 5: 10:00-18:00
6 Sep-30 Oct: 10:00-17:30
31 Oct-7 Nov: 10:00-16:30
8 Nov-Early Mar: 10:00-16:00
Extended opening on some bank holidays
Last admission 1 hr before closing
Adult: £17.20/£18.00 mid-/peak season
Child (3-16): £13.70/£14.20
Under 3s: Free
Family saver (online only): £55.60/£57.80
Parking: £12.50 (disabled free)
Book tickets online to save queuing.
If you come by car, try to find pay and display parking in the ‘Outer Circle’ of the park at £2.40 per hour, with a maximum stay of 4 hours (£1.40 on Sundays; no maximum stay).
We've tried really hard to make sure that all of this information for this day out is accurate and up-to-date, but please contact ZSL London Zoo before you go, just to make sure.