About London Zoo
The world's oldest scientific zoo, the London Zoo first opened in 1828 and was originally intended to be used for collection and scientific study of specimens, but eventually opened to the public in 1847. With 758 species and 16,802 individual animals, you can see all the furry, feathered, slimy and smooth creatures from around the world in beautifully landscaped grounds!
ZSL London Zoo attractions include:
Home to critically endangered Sumatran tigers, immerse yourself in the tigers' lush natural habitat and catches a glimpse of these graceful and elusive predators.
Enter the African rainforest and come face to face with western lowland gorillas, and learn about them with fun interactive activities and exhibits.
Visit the reptile house and see fascinating species of snakes and lizards, from the massive Burmese Python, like the one Harry Potter talked to in Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, to the small but deadly poisonous species, to Komodo Dragons, and tortoises!
And much more! Book your ZSL London Zoo tickets now and explore the animal kingdom!