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London Zoo is the oldest scientific zoo in the world, built over 180 years ago in Regent’s Park in Central London. The zoo has undergone major renovations with the Gorillas being the greatest beneficiaries from the new £5.3m enclosure. New exhibits include tropical biomes, tropical birds and a butterfly paradise
Although the zoo is in the city centre, it still offers many animals to see. You can find real animals, real adventures and important stories at the London Zoo. You will also have time to encounter Asian Lions.
Other attractions include the Gorilla Kingdom, which houses the gorillas colony that includes a male silver-back called Kumbuka. The Tiger District allows visitors to see tigers through floor-to-ceiling windows. The lemur exhibit has 15 ring-tailed lemurs and a black and white lemur. They allow visitors to wander through the shrubs of Madagascar in London Zoo to see the animals climbing, jumping and strolling.
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On Saturdays and Sundays, free parking in London Zoo is available on Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill and surrounding areas. From there, you will walk to Primrose Hill for about 5 minutes to reach the zoo. If your child feels the need to swing, there is a beautiful playground at the end of the Primrose Hill.
Gloucester’s Slips parking lot at the zoo offers zoo visitors off-road parking in London Zoo, where you can pay on the same day. The Zoo’s main gate is outside the congested toll zone outside the Regent’s Park NW1 outer ring.
London Zoo members and researchers get free parking tickets from 10:00 am Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays and school holidays. Parking near London Zoo is subject to availability. Visitors using the car park without visiting the zoo must pay the corresponding ticket fee. Parking spaces are neither reserved nor guaranteed.
By using public transport, one can easily and quickly access London Zoo. Camden Town tube station is a short walk away. Regent’s Park Underground Station is a short walk from the park.
There is parking for people with a disability in front of the entrance of the zoo and visitors with a disability can park on the main road until 4 am. The zoo also has disabled parking spaces in the main car park. All Regent Park pay and display parking bays offer free parking to blue badge holders for a maximum of 4 hours.
On Monday to Saturday and on Sunday from 9 am to 6:30 pm, there are paid parking spaces, at £2.40 per hour and £1.40 per hour respectively. You can stay up to 4 hours from Monday to Saturday, but not on Sundays. Disabled badge holders and motorcycles may park up to four hours free.
They have reduced the size of the car park, and the zoo can no longer provide parking for coaches. However, there are drop-off and pick-up spaces to get on and off the coach.
The location of the London Zoo means it is close to various attractions. These attractions include; Queen Mary Gardens, Amphitheater, Royal Museum of Music, Madame Tussauds London, Sherlock Holmes Museum, Wallace Collection, St Mary Bourne Parish Church, Baker Street.