Book tickets to ZSL London Zoo to discover adorable animals amidst the vast area. Established by Sir Stamford Raffles and Sir Humphry Davy in 1826, this zoo is a recreational and educational spot for many who visit London. Learn more about the amazing creatures and enjoy a sunny day while you visit with your friends and family in one of the most prominent zoological zones in London. Participate in various fun and inspiring activities, interact with animals, visit the children's zoo and more such awesome things to do in ZSL London Zoo. The London Zoo is housed by The Zoological Society of London to conserve and preserve nature.
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Discover over 650 amazing animal species on your journey to one of the oldest Zoological conservation parks. The London Zoo is one of the world's oldest scientific zoos and breaks the record of keeping the largest animal collections in the United Kingdom. The London Zoo has a plethora of fun activities, things to do and educational zones that are perfect for a sunny day. Indulge in interaction with the most adorable animals with one of the guides, get closer to animals, following the zoo map. The zoo map is marked with three routes that take you closer to the amazing animals.
Choose the pink route to visit zebras, giraffes, African hunting dogs, warthogs, okapi, pygmy hippos, lemurs, otters, and meerkats. The blue route is for adventure seekers and leads you to lowland gorillas, tiger, white colobus monkeys, white-naped mangabeys, camels, exotic birds and Red river hogs. The last route is the orange one which lets you explore more of the zoo and takes you to meet with lions, penguins, llamas, langur monkeys, flamingos, donkeys, goats, porcupines, coatis, mongoose, vultures, pelicans, and macaws.
Indulge in various exotic experiences such as the Komodo Dragon Experience, Feed the Gorillas, the giraffe keeper experience, and meet the meerkats, penguins and monkeys. Apart from these exquisite experiences, you can also stay over at the lodge amidst the zoo right next to lion pride. If you are as thrilled as we are, book your ZSL London Zoo Tickets today and get amazing offers on the ticket prices.
Experience a special Meet the Animals and get close to the penguins.
ZSL London Zoo also opened the first reptile house, first public aquarium, first insect house and the first children's zoo.
The London Zoo, The Zoological Society in London
Entry & Services:
Covid 19 Guidelines:
Camden Town (16 mins / 0.8 miles walk from the Zoo)
Camden Town station (Northern Line) is the nearest Underground station to the Zoo.
Chalk Farm (18 mins / 0.9 miles walk)
Camden Town station can get extremely busy, especially at weekends. Chalk Farm (Northern Line) is an ideal alternative, approximately the same walking distance from the Zoo.
Walking from Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City Lines) is via Regent’s Park.
Alternatively, take the 274 bus northbound, which leaves every 12 minutes.
The Zoo is an easy walk from Regent’s Park station (Bakerloo Line). Once out of the station and across Marylebone Road, the whole route is signposted and within leafy Regent’s Park.
Alternatively, take the 88 bus northbound from nearby Albany Street (exit Regent’s Park tube station to the right) to approximately halve the walking distance.
By London Overground:
Camden Road station
London Overground makes travel to the Zoo easy from southwest, north and northeast London. The Zoo is an easy walk from Camden Road station, or alternatively catch the 274 bus towards Camden Town.
By National Rail:
Euston (Avanti West Coast, London Northwestern Railway, or London Overground).
If arriving at Euston, the fastest route to the Zoo is to take the Northern Line tube from Euston to either Camden Town or Chalk Farm.
Marylebone (Chiltern Trains)
From the main entrance of Marylebone Station walk left to Baker Street, then either follow Baker Street tube walking directions or take the 274 bus northbound, which leaves every 12 minutes.
88: Northbound, towards Kentish Town: Alight on Albany Street at Prince Albert Road.
88: Southbound, towards Great Portland Street: Get off on Albany Street at Regent’s Park Barracks.
274: Northbound and Southbound: Get off on Prince Albert Road at ZSL London Zoo.
ZSL London Zoo’s car park is on Outer Circle, Regent’s Park – plus we're outside of the congestion charging zone.
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