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ZSL London Zoo is packed full of wonder and amazement, with over 650 species of animals to meet and thousands more surprising and fascinating facts just waiting to be discovered. Find yourself face-to-face with our Asiatic lions and our friendly...more
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Visited with 10 year old son and we had a great day. With it being half term it was busy but with so much space it never felt crammed. The animals looked content and there was lots of information dotted about. My only gripe was...More
I visited the zoo today to have some good time and introduce my 1.5 year old to other species we share the planet with. Was a little disappointed, it was hard to see many animals as they simply wouldnt come out. The tiger den had...More
Visited for an afternoon in February, the zoo is actually very big but is filled with a lot of empty space and parts of it look really run down. The map was very clear and easy to follow, lots of animals to see but there...More
I am not a fan of zoos but was persuaded into going.
What a pleasant surprise I got to see happy animals and some really great enclosures where you can actually interact with the animals although what a shock I got when I went inside...More
Me and my partner visited London for the weekend and ZSL Zoo for the day. Easy to get to, about 15 minute walk from the tube station. Very well set out and reasonable price for location and animals available to see. Only down side is...More
Most of the exhibits are still very classic architecture. Beautiful nature trail to meet little monkeys. Classic aviary and of course Harry Potter filming site in the Reptile house, where Harry meets the Boa constrictor
Went here for Sunday day out with friends. Arrived at 10am and didn't leave till 4pm when it closed and even then I don't think we saw everything.
Animals all looked well cared for and it has changed greatly since I went several years ago....More
We celebrate birthday of my dauther here. It was amazind day for all our family, lots of enimals and fishes, we get lots of positive energy. It was last day before closing for winter, but so warm and helpful people working there. my kids asking...More
I suggest you contact the zoo for this information. All pictures that I deal with are taken by my camera. If these are pictures of animals at the zoo, I suggest take your own pictures. I would imagine you have a smart phone... More
I suggest you contact the zoo for this information. All pictures that I deal with are taken by my camera. If these are pictures of animals at the zoo, I suggest take your own pictures. I would imagine you have a smart phone or a camera...why bother paying for pictures that you can take on your own? Pictures that you take will mean more to you in the long run because you will be experiencing your trip to the zoo and will remember when you saw the animals in person. Buying someone else's pictures is not the same. The pictures may be better and more professional, but they are still someone else's experience and will cost much more than your own.
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We used the 2-4-1 offer by travelling by train recently (Aug 18). Would be worth checking the dates on the train operators website that you are thinking of going as I think it is a time limited offer but they do become... More
We used the 2-4-1 offer by travelling by train recently (Aug 18). Would be worth checking the dates on the train operators website that you are thinking of going as I think it is a time limited offer but they do become available with new dates. Enjoy your day.