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London Zoo

A trip to London Zoo is a rite of passage for schoolchildren, and many return as adults with their own kids in tow. The central London idyll was opened in 1847, and houses over 760 animal species, from endangered birds to the deadly snakes in the famous Reptile House. At the entrance, visitors are greeted by Penguin Beach: Lubetkin’s sumptuous penguin pool, which was found to give penguins arthritis, but remains as a water feature surrounded by a glut of cafés. Kids can also enjoy a rainforest exhibit filled with monkeys and sloths, the ‘Gorilla Kingdom’, regular animal feedings, and terrifying Komodo Dragons. There are special children’s days and an ongoing programme of exhibitions and events.

Outer Circle
Regent’s Park
London
NW1 4RY

Tel:  020 7492 1561
Opening Times: Mon-Sun 10am-6pm
Charges:
Adult : £20.00
Child : £15.50
Senior Citizen: £18.50
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