Family Days Out: London Zoo
Another Day. Another Adventure..
We are Cara, CoCo & Mummy Adventures..
We were invited to visit London Zoo for the day, to ultimately see how much fun we could have and honestly, we didn't disappoint, but most of all, the zoo was captivating as ever!
Even though things have slightly changed due to COVID, that hasn't stopped the London Zoo from creating the best experience.
There is a one way system in place with a member of staff at practically every corner.
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My first memory of London Zoo was when I was seven my big sister took me & I was instantly captivated!
To share these tremendous memories with my kids is certainly priceless.
London Zoo has become somewhat of a yearly tradition for us, often visiting two or three times a year, one of those times is of course at Christmas.
Back to homeschooling next week & we have a ton of school (Educational) adventures booked and we cannot wait, especially as things are beginning to return back to some normality.
ADULTS £27 | KIDS - £17 | UNDER 3’S FREE
ZSL London Zoo
5 places to eat including an indoor Cafe
- The Terrace Restaurant
- The Beach Hut
- Amreli Street
- Peckish Parrot
- Aquarium kiosk
- Toilets & Baby Changing Rooms
The whole day
Pay & Play
- Special & seasonal events throughout the year!
- School visits - FREE Resources available online
SLEEP AT THE ZOO:
Yes, you heard right! They have lodges on site & they are so cute!
Staycation at London Zoo is definitely something I know the kids would love!
The prices range from £330 per night, now this is obviously a budget day out, however, a very very check treat!
I have added this to my bucket list & cannot wait to delight in this experience.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Outdoor play area & some ride
Pink Route -
African Hunting Dogs
Blue Route -
Yes, we are going back! Very soon!
Our highlight was ”The Butterfly Paradise”.
This was honestly really magical, to see that many butterflies in one space was just mind blowing.
Cara was besotted with the Penguins. We were practically there for an hour. Cara absolutely loved seeing the Tiger, which was missing in action for hours. We walked round the whole Zoo, hoping to come back to find it & we did!
CoCo was fascinated with ”The Macaws" and what beautiful birds they are.
He was more fascinated about running around at every opportunity he could find.
We loved the Pizza at the cafe, the best part is you can eat indoors.
We generally loved seeing all the animals and the fact that there's always someone there to help you at every corner.
The highlight was most definitely the Tiger! "The National Park" was incredible. The details are seriously incredible. I felt like they picked up a national park and planted it in London Zoo. The kids were absolutely captivated by the colour and the details. We sadly didn't get s chance to the the Lion. But the tiger made up for it.