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Love it! It's an attraction both for children and adults! Beautiful unique animals. You can see that staff are very responsible taking care for each and every creature. There is also A section for butterflies flying freely, you must visit it. I recommend
Excellent day out. Long walk from Regent's Place through the park if you have kiddies. Better to hop a bus that drops you outside the door. Spend all day here - don't try to cram it into a couple of hours. Watch out for the schedules for feeding times etc, and plan your route accordingly - it's all posted on line, so you can do it in advance.
As a former US zookeeper, I have to say that it was clear that care of the animals, not "business" is the priority. I applaud them for that! Most, exhibits were large, clean & natural looking with an abundance of hiding places for the animals and access to their sleeping quarters. Never saw the lions but the exhibit must be wonderful for them. There is however is a deciduous tree on the far elevated side that looks like it could be used for escape (or entry), if desired, as it looks to extend over the cement habitat wall. Collection & physical plant is much smaller than I imagined for London.
Visited it only once when I was a teenager with parents during the weekend away from boarding school in the early 1960s! Coming from Edinburgh I find it tiresome seeing same types of animals here and there!
Take them around the more interesting sights especially the parks and London Zoo is brilliant
The London zoo was amazing my two year old had a great time. Everything was clean and well maintained and the animals looked well taken care of.