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Grandparents' guide to London Zoo

7. Accomodation

6. Food & Drink

5. What to see

4. Accessibility

3. Tickets

2. Opening times

1. Location


How to get to London Zoo

London Zoo is located in Outer Circle, Regent’s Park, London. The postcode for London Zoo is NW1 4RY. The nearest tube station to London Zoo is Camden Town and there are multiple bus routes that stop close to the zoo.

London Zooopening times

London Zoo opens at 10 am every day except for Christmas Day when the zoo is closed. Closing time at the zoo is between 4pm and 6pm depending on the time of year.

Where to get ticketsfor London Zoo

Getting tickets for London Zoo is easy, just visit their website - https://www.londonzoo.org/ - and head to the 'Tickets' page and click the 'buy tickets' button.

  • Accessible activities
  • Most of the zoo is wheelchair accessible
  • Rest areas
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible restaurant/cafes
  • Disabled parking bays

How accessible isLondon Zoo?

London Zoo has a number of facilities in place to help those with limited mobility:

  • 17 habitats/areas
  • A wide range of fascinating animals
  • Daily talks
  • Play area
  • Various animal experiences

What to see and do atLondon Zoo?

There is lots to see and do at London Zoo for adults and children:

Food & drink atLondon Zoo

There are several options when it comes to grabbing a bite to eat, with hot meals, and indoor and takeaway options available at the Terrace Restaurant, as well as snacks, hot drinks, cakes, pastries and more at the various cafes and kiosks.

Hotels near London Zoo

For grandparents who want to combine a visit to London Zoo with a stay in the capital, there are numerous hotels nearby, including a Premier Inn, Holiday Inn, and The Wesley Camden Town hotel.