With over 800 amazing animal species to discover, as well as live shows and fantastic, immersive exhibits including Tiger Territory, London Zoo is an unmissable attraction.
Tiger Territory opened to the public in March 2013 and has been a resounding success. For the first time ever, visitors are able to explore the lush world of the Sumatran tiger in the heart of London. Through immersive and interactive experiences Tiger Territory takes you closer than ever to the natural environment of one of nature’s most awesome predators. Wide windows with lush foliage bring you right into the heart of the tigers’ domain. Separated by a single pane of glass you will watch… and be watched.
Get up close to the zoo’s western lowland gorillas in a natural environment – one that mimics their African rainforest! Take a peek at the gorillas and see what they’re up to before learning a bit more about them through interactive activities and exhibits.
Head down to the beach and watch London’s largest colony of Humboldt Penguins dive, swim, frolic and feed .
This indoor exhibit introduces visitors to life living in the rainforest coming face to face with sloths. monkeys and armadillos! See how these nocturnal creatures live as the lights dim.
Smaller children will love the Children’s Zoo – they can visit the Touch Zone and pat goats, sheep and chickens and have fun in the educational play areas.
Other sights and attractions at London Zoo
Daily events take place on site for visitors, including a selection of keeper talks, animal feeds and animal demonstrations. Come face to face with a whole host of animals at the Amphitheatre with Animals in Action or watch the penguins feed in England’s biggest penguin pool with Penguin Beach Live! Feeling brave? Make your way down to the display lawn to catch a glimpse of some amazing birds in flight with Deadly Birds.
ZSL London Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo
Boo at the Zoo returns for another wicked week this Halloween half term, enchanting little monsters with a cauldron of animal activities and talks.
Those looking for a ghoul-ishly good time this Halloween half term should head to ZSL London Zoo for a day of fiendish fun at Boo at the Zoo! From Saturday 24th October to Sunday 1st November, ZSL London Zoo will be creeping to life with a whole host of Halloween themed activities. The spooky schedule of events includes pumpkin carving*, spooky storytelling, creepy crafts and menacing mask making. If you’re feeling brave don’t miss our spine tingling Halloween inspired series of animal talks, feeds and demonstrations including spiders, snakes and owls. There’s plenty to make the whole family scream with delight this half term!