Questions and answers

Do you have to book a time slot for London Zoo?

Do you have to book a time slot for London Zoo?

General admission visitors must pre-book on all days. Please follow the links below to book your trip – we look forward to welcoming you to our safely open zoo of your choosing.

How much are London Zoo tickets?

Gate Price: Adults £27.27 / Children £17.73. Our Price: Adults £22.90 / Children £14.90.

Can you bring alcohol to London Zoo?

over a year ago. Yes, you are allowed your own food and drinks. over a year ago. There is no problem taking your own food & drink into the zoo although there are plenty of places to purchase food in the zoo.

Is London Zoo staying open?

Yes, our Zoos are safely open and covid-secure. Both ZSL Whipsnade and London Zoos fall under social distancing guidance, which should have a minimal impact on your visit. You can pre-book your ticket here. Members and Fellows no longer need to pre-book Zoo tickets.

How long do you need at London Zoo?

Recommended visiting time for the London Zoo is around two to three hours, depending on how many animals or exhibits you hope to see. It’s highly recommended that you arrive more than a few hours before last entry so you’re not rushed during your visit.

Are there elephants at London Zoo?

In 2001, the 172-year history of keeping elephants at London Zoo came to an end. What happened to London’s last elephants? In 2001, the remaining elephants at London Zoo – Azizah (Lyang-Lyang), Geeta (Dilberta) and Mya – were transferred to Whipsnade Zoo. This makes Mya the last living London Zoo elephant.

Is there free parking near London Zoo?

On Saturdays and Sundays, free parking in London Zoo is available on Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill and surrounding areas. From there, you will walk to Primrose Hill for about 5 minutes to reach the zoo.

Can you smoke in London Zoo?

In line with UK legislation, smoking is completely prohibited in all indoor and covered spaces in the Zoos. Designated smoking and vaping areas for visitors can be found on the Zoo map or can be found by asking a Zoo staff member or volunteer.

Do I need to wear a mask at London Zoo?

To keep the animals in our walkthrough exhibits as safe as possible (the areas where visitors share the same space as our animals) we will be asking all visitors aged over 11yrs without exemptions to wear facemasks.

What is the best time to visit London Zoo?

The best time to visit London Zoo is as soon as they open at 10 am. There are four advantages of starting early – the Zoo’s animals are most active early in the morning, the temperatures are still moderate, the crowd is yet to get in, and you have the whole day to spend at the attraction.

Are there rides at London Zoo?

Thank you for your positive review. Here at ZSL London Zoo, we have created immersive exhibits and fun activities that really take our visitors into the heart of the ZSL kingdom. The ZSL Team! …

Are there sharks at London Zoo?

No Sharks – ZSL London Zoo.

When is the late nights at the zoo?

Late Nights at the Zoo map for Thursday, July 15, 2021. Event hours are 7 to 10:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online or at Guest Services. Click here for more information about this or other Zoo special events.

When do Zoo nights at ZSL London Zoo open?

Voucher exchange instructions: Please exchange your voucher for admission at ZSL London Zoo main entrance. Opening hours: Zoo Nights are held on the following dates: 7, 14, 21, 28 June, and 5, 12, 19, 26 July 2019Open from 6-10pm (last entry 9pm).

How much does it cost to get tickets to London Zoo?

When you book them in advance, London Zoo’s tickets cost £24.30 for visitors 16 years and above and £18 for kids between three to 15 years. When you book your tickets online in advance, you save 18% of the ticket cost. London Zoo ticket is 18% costlier if bought at the gates. If you buy online tickets on the day of your visit, you pay more.

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