The London Pass with Access to over 80 Attractions
- Valid: 1 - 10 days
Over 700 species of wildlife survive and thrive at London Zoo, which has been one of the city's top attractions since 1847. At such a famous site, it can be hard to know when to start - here are some tips.
Visit the largest penguin pool in England, created with a South American ecosystem in mind. Spot the Rockhopper penguins, recognizable from their wacky hairstyles!
Creatures of the rainforest have to live in humid conditions, so London Zoo has built a special greenhouse for them. Hang out with the cute monkeys and sloths!
An extra part of Rainforest Life, this could be your one chance to see some nocturnal animals! Counted among the elusive beasties are armadillos and slow lorises.
Giant turtles are just some of the amazing reptiles and amphibians you can marvel at here.
If you aren't afraid of creepy crawlies, the daily meet-and-greet with these friendly, furry tarantulas will be up your street.
London Zoo has many temporary exhibitions and seasonal activities, so as well as the tips we've listed here, don't forget to check out the website to see what's on during your visit.
You'll be spending a lot of the day outside, so if it's sunny out - or even if the sun is just hiding behind a cloud - make sure you are adequately protected and drink lots of water.
If you prefer to have a quieter visit, try to go on a weekday afternoon - you'll have missed the morning rush and many would-be visitors will be at school or work.
Last but not least, the zoo is home to these animals! Although you may think they are used to visitors, don't shriek at them or do anything else that might annoy them - if you have kids, make sure they're on their best behavior.
Want to discover all there is to do in London Zoo? Click here for a full list.
Booked through Get your Guide. Printed tickets off but downloaded App too. Purchased a day pass so worked out what we could do in a day using the Pass. Used Big Bus Tours. It takes ages to get around the whole circle of the city. We were told 2 hours but its more like 2 and 1/2. Missed seeing some of the landmarks due to road closures. We went to Westminster Abbey. Booked 3pm to 3.30pm slot at St Paul's. Boarded the bus at 1.45 and only just made the slot at 3.30pm. The bus went past the Abbey 3 or 4 times which was strange. From St Paul's we made our 6pm booking at the Shard. Would recommend purchasing the pass and the attractions we visited.
3 choices: Thames cruise, visit to Wesminster Abbey and the London eye; great views from the boat, the abbey is beautiful and the London eye at 6 p.m. with an illuminated view of London is great
easy to get River pass from Westminster and just showed the pass at the museums in Greenwich. very easy and enjoyable day, would recommend.
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Brill lots of attractions with London pass easy to use saved loads of money.