Set in leafy Regent’s Park amongst heritage-listed buildings and beautiful gardens, ZSL London Zoo has something for everyone.
Get closer than ever to gorillas in the new Gorilla Kingdom. Come eye to eye with a giraffe in Into Africa, or get up close to cheeky squirrel monkeys as you walk into their enclosure in Meet the Monkeys. Visit the South American Rainforest and watch rainforest animals leaping through the trees. Dare to encounter the Komodo dragons, or embark on an African Bird Safari. Adventure awaits you at ZSL London Zoo!
With all-day parking, play equipment, beautiful picnic areas, keeper talks, animal displays and exciting events, the whole family will find their day full of discovery and wild fun at ZSL London Zoo. London not only provides an exciting setting in itself, it's also easy to get to.
London Zoo tickets are always great value, and now you can get student rates too - making this a fabulous day out whatever your budget!
The Rainforest at London Zoo
Enter London's only living rainforest with lush vegetation and warm tropical mist and go on a journey high into the treetops to meet a variety of amazing rainforest species including marmosets and tamarins, sloths, and tamandua. Then step out of the light and into the all new "Night Life" area, where you'll discover the bats, rats and nocturnal wonders like the Slender Loris, Armadillos and Potto.
Penguin Beach at London Zoo
More than 100 penguins flocked to ZSL London Zoo this summer with the opening of England’s largest ever penguin pool. Penguin Beach, the Zoo’s brand new flagship exhibit for 2011, is home to nearly 150 Macaroni and Humboldt penguins.
The new penguin pool is four times bigger and three times deeper than the South American bird’s current one - making a splash with both penguins and visitors. Holding more than 450,000 litres of water the pool includes underwater viewing areas where visitors can see the birds diving for their food and a seating area for the Zoo’s famous penguin feeds.
A ‘penguin experience area’ will give penguin fans the chance to meet the famous birds allowing visitors to get closer than ever before. An interactive game and replica field station will also feature in the exhibit, where visitors can see the fascinating climate change research ZSL’s resident penguinologist does in Antarctica.