Located in Regents Park in the heart of central London, the zoo is home to more than a whopping 20,000 animals, with 712 different species to meet and learn about.
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Take your little monkeys for one of the best family days out in the capital at ZSL London Zoo.
Come beak to beak with Humboldts at Penguin Beach, walk alongside the King of the Jungle in the Land of the Lions and experience London's only living rainforest at Rainforest Life. The really brave might even fancy getting In with the Spiders in the UK's only walk-through spider exhibit.
For a more friendly experience, there are super-cute otters, super-smart gorillas and superstar lemurs (of Madagascar film fame!) to meet as well, plus many more fascinating big, small, furry and slimy creatures.
Extra-special days out can be enjoyed by booking a â€˜Meet the Animals' experience, while you can even be a zookeeper for a day.
Feeding time at the zoo can be enjoyed at The Terrace Restaurant, Peckish Parrot Cafe or a number of kiosks around the park.
A car park is available at London Zoo for a charge of £14.50, while Camden Town is the nearest Tube station.
Most of the zoo is accessible to wheelchair users, including exhibits such as Land of the Lions and Tiger Territory, and there are a limited number of wheelchairs available for hire, for a £25 refundable deposit.
Is There Parking?
A paid car park is available at London Zoo.
Are There Baby Changing Facilities?
There are baby-changing facilities.
Is it Wheelchair friendly/accessible?
Most of the zoo is accessible to wheelchair users.
The Terrace Restaurant, Peckish Parrot Cafe or a number of kiosks around the park.
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