Entry ticket

London Zoo: Entry Ticket

Activity provider: ZSL London Zoo

London Zoo: Entry Ticket

Activity provider: ZSL London Zoo
Likely to sell out Booked 12 times yesterday

From US$ 34.65 per person

Likely to sell out Booked 12 times yesterday

Book your ZSL London Zoo entrance ticket in advance and discover just under 15,000 animals in an oasis in the heart of the capital surrounded by Regent's Park, listed buildings, and beautiful gardens.

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  • Come face-to-face with one of nature’s most awesome predators at Tiger Territory
  • Visit Penguin Beach to see Humboldt penguins swimming, walking, eating, and more
  • Get closer than ever before to the mighty Asiatic lions at Land of the Lions
  • Explore London Zoo with an official entry ticket and see over 720 animal species
  • Check out Gorilla Kingdom to get breathtakingly close to giant gorillas
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Take in the zoo's biggest experience, Land of the Lions, to get closer than ever before to the mighty Asiatic lions – of which only 400 remain in the wild. Explore walkways covering the 2,500 Indian-themed exhibit.

Exchange your voucher for a ticket at the pre-paid ticket desk and head into the zoo. Come face-to-face with one of nature's most awesome predators in Tiger Territory, learn about the natural behaviors of Sumatran tigers, and discover the conservation issues these creatures face in the wild.

Then, discover the new features added in 2021. Head to Tiny Giants, a celebration of all things small but mighty and the sometimes strange but always wonderful world of invertebrates. Enjoy the unmissable, brand new coral reef tank and watch schools of fish, including clownfish and blue tangs.

Next, visit Giants of the Galápagos, which opened in October 2021. Soak in the Galápagos climate and discover three Galápagos giant tortoises who can live for over a century. Imagine how the world might change in their lifetime and learn how we can protect them – and our planet – for years to come.

Head down to the beach to watch the colony of Humboldt penguins dive, swim, frolic, and feed in England's largest penguin pool, complete with underwater viewing windows. Next, step Into Africa to observe the elegance and grace of the giraffes before moving on to the magnificent residents of Gorilla Kingdom.

  • London Zoo entry ticket
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  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Please exchange your vouchers at the pre-paid ticket desk.

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  • Last admission is 1 hour before the advertised closing time
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4.3 /5

based on 583 reviews

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The booking and redemption of the ticket on site worked wonderfully. The zoo is basically very nice, but the different routes are confusing, so that in the end you have the feeling of having missed some things. Currently there are only days old tiger cubs to be seen, so it is worth the visit.

July 9, 2022

Getting there early is best to avoid a lot of the crowds and can see the animals better. Heard three of the talks. Tigers, hunting dogs and giraffes. All were good and informative. Ate in the resturant. Food was good only problem is the pigeons keep coming in. Not great. The staff did their best to get them out.

January 21, 2020

Our trip to the zoo was in January so trees. bushes were not in bloom so everything looked muddy and bleak. We saw the giraffes,zebras,lions and tigers. mind you concerned, the tiger was just pacing around in a small area over and over. Never saw the gorillas must of been hiding, I thought the zoo was ok however needed a spruce up. more information pictures dotted about . When going into the dark rooms to see the bats and other animals it would of been good to see pictures information over the walls instead of dingy corridors. Over all, think an up lift is needed the plants in the underground looked fake plastic. Staff didnt look to happy around and about.what a great job to have I'd be beaming.

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January 18, 2020

Product ID: 19136