London Zoo has long been one of the main attractions for residents of the UK as well as the millions of visitors who travel to these shores on holiday every year. It is the world’s oldest scientific zoo, stretching back to its opening in 1828, still managed by the Zoological Society of London. This is an attraction for adults as much as it is kids because it is often the only time they will get to see any of these wild animals in the flesh.
The Reptile House remains hugely popular, housing pythons, boa constrictors and a whole host of deadly snakes. Penguins are always a hit with the kids due to their playful nature, and feeding time in the monkey or gorilla sections tend to be a lot of fun. Giraffes and elephants slumber around their paddocks, while lions and tigers parade proudly in front of the human eyes. It’s still one of the best days out in London, offering a truly memorable experience.
Tel: 020 7492 1561
Adult : £20.00
Child : £15.50
Senior Citizen: £18.50
Stay in one of nine colourful cabins nestled in the heart of the Land of the Lions exhibit.
Decorated with a hand-painted mural, each lodge has been named after an animal from the Gir Forest, home to the only wild population of Asiatic lions. Lodges come equipped with cosy beds and an en-suite bathroom.
As part of the Gir Lion Lodge experience, guests are provided with an evening meal and breakfast. Hosts guide guests around the zoo on exclusive morning and evening tours, sharing their insider tips on spotting species.
The experience is open six nights a week from February to December, with family and adult-only nights. The nine lodges provide accommodation for up to two adults and two children.BFREEd◄ 2
- 2 x Adult: Free
- 0 x Child: Free
- 0 x OAP: Free