London Zoo

The London Zoo is located in Regent’s Park and is home to over 720 different species of animal. It is open every day of the year except Christmas.

The Zoological Society of London is actively involved in ‘bringing down the bars’ by creating interactive, immersive and inspiring exhibits. As visitors walk around the Zoo’s 36 acre site, they are brought closer to nature.

In recent years new exhibits, such as Tiger Territory, Penguin Beach, Animal Adventure (the new children’s zoo), Giants of the Galapagos, Butterfly Paradise, Meet the Monkeys, Rainforest Life, Gorilla Kingdom and the Blackburn Pavilion, show how the London Zoo has created realistic environments to house some of the world’s most impressive and inspiring animals.

There are restaurants, cafes and a gift shop at the ZSL London Zoo. You can even adopt an animal. 

Getting there:

Tube: ZSL London Zoo is within walking distance of Camden Town and Regent's Park stations and a short bus ride from Baker Street station.

Bus: 274, C2

Timings:

Open every day of the week at 10am. Closing times vary per season.

Ticket prices vary per season, booking online before your visit guarantees you a small discount on entrance fees so check their website before you go.

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