London Zoo

Regents Park


London Zoo

London Zoo, Outer Circle, Regent's Park
+44 (0)34 4225 1826
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Public transport:
Tube: Camden Town Train: Euston / Kings Cross


Come face to face with more than 700 animal species at London Zoo which has been entertaining visitors since it opened its doors to the public in 1847.

Wander through the zoo visiting your favourite animals or follow one of the set, colour-coded routes. Pink, orange and blue routes guide you past lions, tiger, giraffes, penguins and more.

What can I see at London Zoo?

One of the highlights at London Zoo is Penguin Beach, which features England’s largest penguin pool. Watch the resident colony of Humboldt penguins dart through the water in search of food and fun from a spot by the underwater viewing area. Twice a day you can watch them dive for food during feeding time.

Land of the Lions leads you over walkways where you can see Asiatic lions roaming a recreated Indian village complete with shops and a train station, while Tiger Territory has floor-to-ceiling glass windows for a close-up view of these magnificent cats.

There are walk-through enclosures where you can get even closer to the zoo’s residents. Make your way through Butterfly Paradise where hundreds of butterflies and moths flutter around you in this balmy, tropical haven. In with the Spiders is a walk-through experience where you are surrounded by golden orb spiders spinning their delicate webs.

Other highlights include the zoo’s newest exhibit, Tiny Giants: From Minibeasts to Coral Reefs, which shines a spotlight on some of the smaller creatures such as leafcutter ants, beetles and underwater corals.

Tiger Territory at London Zoo

What experiences are on offer?

London Zoo offers a number of different experiences including becoming a junior zoo keeper for the day, feeding the gorillas, meeting meerkats or even staying the night at the zoo in a London Zoo Lodge where you’ll be within roaring distance of the lions.

Where is London Zoo?

London Zoo can be found on the northern edge of Regent’s Park.

A lemur is sitting and looking at the camera.

How do I get there?

The nearest tube station to London Zoo is Camden Town (Northern line), which is a 16-minute walk away.

Various bus routes have stops close to the London Zoo.

If you are coming by bike, there is a public bicycle shed in the car park, opposite the main entrance to the zoo. There’s also a Santander docking station close to the main entrance.

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Facilities & Accessibility

Accessible Bathroom Facilities
Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
Accessible Parking Facilities
Blue badge parking available
Designated disabled parking available within fifty metres of main entrance
Drop-off point for guests available outside main entrance
Accessible Venue Facilities
Assistance dogs welcome
Emergency evacuation procedures for guests with disabilities
Level access, ramp or lift to dining area
Level access, ramp or lift to restaurant or cafe
Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
Level access, ramp or lift to the shop
Staff available to assist
Wheelchairs available free of charge
Additional Accessible Facilities
Accessible changing rooms
Booking Facilities
Group bookings accepted
Catering Facilities
Event catering
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Outdoor dining / Beer garden
Vegetarian options on menu
Event Facilities
Breakout Rooms
In house AV available
Licenced for civil marriages
Raked or tiered seating offered
General Facilities
On site parking

Events at London Zoo