Entrance into ZSL London Zoo of the chosen option.
London Zoo is one of the oldest zoos and the oldest active scientific zoo in the world.
This zoological park, located in the city center of the English capital (within Regent's Park), is home to around 20,300 animals - more than 600 species - and covers an area of 15 hectares.
Founded by the Zoological Society of London, it was initially intended for the scientific study of the animal kingdom. When it opened on April 27, 1828, it took in animals from the former royal menagerie in the Tower of London.
From the lion land (where interactive activities are led by zoo veterinarians) to the reptile house * (which houses the largest collection of poisonous snakes and reptiles of the United Kingdom), passing by the penguin beach (where you can attend the penguins' meal, twice a day): the London Zoo will soon have no secrets for you!
You will also come across gorillas, monkeys, giraffes, tigers, hyenas, zebras, hippos, turtles, spiders, fish, exotic birds, insects, butterflies, etc.
Due to their need for space, large mammals such as elephants and rhinos have been moved to Whipsnade Zoo - North London.
London Zoo also participates in a species research and conservation program (European Association of Zoos and Aquariums - EAZA) and is home to over 100 endangered species.
* The famous scene takes place at London Zoo where Harry Potter drops his cousin Dudley into a vivarium!
ZSL London Zoo.