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London Zoo

London Zoo at Regent’s Park is one of the most famous zoos in the world and houses more than 12,000 animals. “Meet the Animals” shows take place daily, where visitors get the opportunity to learn more about the animals of their caretakers. Rare and beautiful animals can be seen in the Aquarium, Elephant House, Penquin Pool, Snowdon Aviary. Admire the bears and their little ones on Bear Mountain. There is also a petting zoo with rabbits, hamsters and llamas.

If the tickets are booked in advance via the Internet, a 10% discount applies. To be eligible for this, the tickets must be ordered at least 5 days before the visit.

Tip: The zoo is not only accessible by public transport, but also via the Regent’s Canal behind it with a narrow boat from the London Waterbus Company.

Opening Hours

27 October to 14 February 2020: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Last admission: 15 hours.

How to get there

Camden Town, Regent’s Park, Baker Street
Prince Albert Rd London Zoo (Stop C): 88 Gloucester Avenue: 274
London Zoo, London Zoo Car Park,

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
18,-
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Adults
28,-
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Concession*
25,-
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* Concession: Seniors and students on presentation of identification / student pass.

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