Had a great day, having lovely weather added to the great day. Lots to see with some close up and personal areas with the animals and butterflies was amazing. Highly recommend
A must see for animal lovers in London! The animals look so well taken care of and everything is really good organised. The place is quite big and we spent more than 4h wandering and enjoying all the cute animals. I absolutely loved the giraffes. Also, we have been really lucky to be able to see two baby gorillas and a baby ant eater. We had a break at the terrace restaurant as it was a bit cold but we could have also enjoyed some sandwiches outside, on the benches and tables located around the Zoo. Amazing day, lots of fun! Totally recommended.
Everyone must do this! It's one of the most famous zoos in the world and a great day out. There is plenty of space to walk around or enjoy a coffee or ice cream. The animals all seem very happy and well looked after. I'd recommend going on a weekday as it would be less crowded, but since it's so big, I don't think there is ever a problem of waiting in queues to see any of the animals.
Everything was perfect! Our access to the zoo was very easy!
A fun day out for all of the family! Saw some very interesting animals and the new tiger enclosure is great! There are lots of interactive activities for kids too!
Orla D Ireland
We really enjoyed this as there was lots of animals to see and my son is obsesssed with animals so he was delighted to go. There was a good sized shop at the end to buy some souvenirs. The only thing was the restaurant there was very busy we had to leave cos we could not get a seat so if u want to eat there i would go early as in before lunchtime. They are building another restuarent but that won't be finished for a few months yet.
Excellent service, very helpful day out, was good. Will use your company again.
Was a lot bigger and better than what i expected to be in the middle of London, worthwhile doing
The zoo was great, but we didn't ned the jump to the front pass. There was no line. The walking with lemurs was awesome. I really enjoyed it!
We wasted our money buying Skip the Line tickets, as the zoo was so quiet on the day that we didn't wait in line at all (despite the weather being sunny). The zoo itself was a nice place to visit though, with interesting attractions and not-unbearable crowds. The rainforest walk was amazing; a zookeeper was actually walking an anteater among the visitors, and letting it explore on its own. The gorillas were brilliant and fun to watch as well. You'd probably need less than two hours to make your way through if you don't have kids with you.
A beautifully laid out zoo! Animal enclosure were superb! I would definately recommended a vista!
Our family consisting of adults enjoyed our day at the zoo. We got to see animals that we haven't got in Australia.
Even though the zoo was crowded with children and holiday makers we were able to see what we wanted. The staff were attentive and well actioned when we pointed out a mishap with an upturned tortoise.
We had our lunch at the cafe. The service was quick and the food delicious. Not too expensive either!
A pleasant day.
If you love the Zoo this is for you. We walked right past the line and started our journey through the Zoo. The Zoo was great!
Booked London Zoo tickets in advance of our visit and saved £5 each on the price at the gate. It was basically what we expected and the only disappointment was that due to the weather being very cold for the beginning of April a lot of the bigger animals were keeping warm out of view. Still enjoyed it though.
Everyone loves a Zoo, was a bit dissappointed as a lot of enclosures were closed due to reovations
Pretty good zoo with a wide variety of animals. Definitely worth buying the ticket before arriving so we did not have to join the queue to get in, especially as we only had a few hours to spare.
No need to have skip the line. There is no line on the day I visited. Not sure whether other day will be the same. The zoo itself is a bit boring, less than expected. Most animals stay in their caves. And many empty space that consumed our walk energy.