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Boo at the Zoo returns for 2016! 22 - 30 October 2016
Get set for a host of spooky goings on at ZSL London Zoo this Halloween half term.
From 22 to 30 October, enjoy a spook-tacular range of Halloween -themed activities, animal demonstrations and hands-on crafts. Visitors can also enjoy special Halloween versions of the zoo's popular animal talks, feeds and demonstrations.
Drop in throughout the day and meet some of the animals famous for haunting Halloween. There's enough to make everyone scream with delight!
Boo at the Zoo runs from 11am – 3.30pm each day from Saturday 22 October to Sunday 30 October 2016 at ZSL London Zoo.
Boo at the Zoo is included in general admission tickets. Extra charges may apply for some of the activities.
With over 800 amazing animal species to discover, as well as live shows and fantastic, immersive exhibits including Tiger Territory, London Zoo is an unmissable attraction.
Land of the Lions
ZSL London Zoo has opened its biggest and most breath-taking experience yet: Land of the Lions
Enter the crumbling ruin of an amphitheatre-style Lion Temple and see the majestic big cats roaming just metres away, separated only by fine wires.
Transporting visitors from the heart of London to the vibrant setting of Sasan Gir, the exhibit immerses visitors in the sounds, sights and native wildlife of India, while highlighting the importance of conserving these beautiful and endangered animals.
Land of the Lions also supports a global breeding effort, helping to secure the future of the species by working with Zoos all over the world to ensure the existence of a healthy population continues.
For those who want to experience a taste of conservation in action, Land of the Lions sees visitors become part of an interactive adventure as they help ZSL’s forest rangers deal with a ‘lion-emergency’ in the Gir Forest, and lend a hand to the veterinary team who come to the rescue.
With 2,500sqm of breath-taking space, including an overhead walkway, re-creations of Sasan Gir train station, a crumbling temple, Indian high street and so much more, Land of the Lions will inform, inspire and excite wildlife lovers of all ages and promises to be an experience unlike any other - the must-visit attraction of 2016!
Tiger Territory opened to the public in March 2013 and has been a resounding success. For the first time ever, visitors are able to explore the lush world of the Sumatran tiger in the heart of London. Through immersive and interactive experiences Tiger Territory takes you closer than ever to the natural environment of one of nature’s most awesome predators. Wide windows with lush foliage bring you right into the heart of the tigers’ domain. Separated by a single pane of glass you will watch… and be watched.
Get up close to the zoo’s western lowland gorillas in a natural environment – one that mimics their African rainforest! Take a peek at the gorillas and see what they’re up to before learning a bit more about them through interactive activities and exhibits.
Head down to the beach and watch London’s largest colony of Humboldt Penguins dive, swim, frolic and feed .
This indoor exhibit introduces visitors to life living in the rainforest coming face to face with sloths. monkeys and armadillos! See how these nocturnal creatures live as the lights dim.
Smaller children will love the Children’s Zoo – they can visit the Touch Zone and pat goats, sheep and chickens and have fun in the educational play areas.
Other sights and attractions at London Zoo
Daily events take place on site for visitors, including a selection of keeper talks, animal feeds and animal demonstrations. Come face to face with a whole host of animals at the Amphitheatre with Animals in Action or watch the penguins feed in England’s biggest penguin pool with Penguin Beach Live! Feeling brave? Make your way down to the display lawn to catch a glimpse of some amazing birds in flight with Deadly Birds.
Open daily from: 10.30am to 5.30pm.
Last admission: 3pm.
Closures: 25th December
Child Policy -
Child ages: 3-15. Children aged 2 and below are free
Important Info -
Disabled Access: Wheelchair access is available throughout the park however as the Zoo contains a lot of listed buildings some have minor restrictions. Children aged 2 and below are free. Please bring photo ID to collect your entrance tickets to London Zoo.
Free parking: From 5 September to 21 October 2016, parking is free for cars and motorbikes from 10am Monday – Friday (excluding Bank Holidays and school holidays. Charges for other vehicles still apply. Parking space subject to availability. Only valid in conjunction with a paid for Zoo entry ticket).