In the heart of the nation's capital, ZSL London Zoo has been shaping and encouraging education in the minds of young and old alike since its opening in 1828. With a fantastically diverse range of over 650 awe-inspiring species and cutting-edge exhibits, its the perfect place to visit for a fun and exciting day out. The Zoo's biggest and most breath-taking experience, Land of the Lions, provides state-of-the-art facilities for a breeding group of endangered Asiatic lions - of which only approximately 500 remain in the wild. You will be closer than ever before to the majestic Asiatic lions allowing big cat lovers to explore an Indian high-street, train station, crumbling lion temple and embark on a live interactive adventure. Other amazing exhibits include Europe's only walk-through spider enclosure and BUGS ' a must see for insect lovers ' as well as England's biggest penguin pool, where Humboldt penguins frolic and feed. Look down upon giraffes from the viewing platform and discover the lush pathways of the famous Gorilla Kingdom. Every visitor ticket is directly contributing to ZSL London Zoo's conservation programmes and securing a future for endangered animals.
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This experience allows two adults entry to ZSL London Zoo for one day. Located in Regent's Park amid heritage-listed buildings and beautiful gardens, ZSL London Zoo is an oasis in the heart of the capital. There are over 650 species of animal at ZSL London Zoo, so be sure to allow yourselves plenty of time to see as much as possible. Inside you'll find a range of animals and exhibits including the Tiger Territory, Gorilla Kingdom, Penguin Beach, Butterfly Paradise, Meet the Monkeys, meerkats, giraffes, birds, insects, reptile house, Rainforest Life and an aquarium. With wide windows and lush foliage throughout the Zoo, you'll feel like you're closer than ever to the animals, making this a must-see experience for animal lovers everywhere. ZSL London Zoo has opened its biggest and most breath-taking experience yet: Land of the Lions. Enter the crumbling ruins of an amphitheatre-style Lion Temple and see the majestic big cats roaming just metres away!