How Much Does It Cost To Get In To London Zoo?

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Oscar De La Huerte Profile
According to the official London Zoo website, ticket prices vary depending on whether you are eligible for any discounts. Prices will also depend on the time of year you plan to visit, and whether you are interested in extra features.

ZSL (Zoological Society of London), the charity that runs the zoo and other global wildlife initiatives, will also usually add a small 'donation fee' that you can opt out of when buying your tickets.

For a more detailed guide, read on:

Booking zoo tickets online

Firstly, I should point out that booking your ticket on-line is usually the best course of action.

On-line pre-booked tickets mean you'll be able to avoid the hassle of the ticket queue at the gates. Also, families that book on-line are also eligible for a 10% discount.

London Zoo Ticket Prices

The calendar year is divided into three sections on the website: Mid-season, peak season and winter season.

If you're interested in visiting the Zoo during mid-season prices look like this:

Mid-season ticket prices:

Adults- £20.50

Children- £16.00

Children under 3 years- Free

Concession - senior, student & disabled adult- £19.00

Booking on-line as a family will also give you a 10% saving (excluding donation).

For visits during peak-season, you can expect to pat the following

Adults- £22.00

Children- £17.00

Children under 3 years- Free

Concession - senior, student & disabled adult- £20.00

Check out this calendar to see exactly how ZSL divides their year.

Discounts for entry to London Zoo

The main discounts you can receive at London Zoo are:
  • Children under 3 years - Free
  • Senior citizens, students & disabled adults - £19 - £20
  • One free adult ticket with every 10 paying children
  • One free entry for one essential carer per paying disabled visitor
  • Also, groups of more than 10 paying people receive a 20% discount on ticket prices purchased online in advance - and a 15% reduction if you buy at the gate.
For further information, you can reach the London Zoo contact centre on 0844 357 6520. They can help you with anything from price guidance to risk assessments.
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Anonymous answered
2006 entry costs to London zoo for an adult aged 16-59 is 13, with a suggested donation of 1.50 which takes the total to 14.50. If you have a child aged between 3 and 15 then the cost is 10, with a 1.50 donation which totals 11.50.
If you have a child under the age of 3 then they get free entry.

For families it may be cheaper to have a family ticket. Where you can have an adult and three children or two adults and two children and the total comes to 41 (or 47 if the donation is paid). This works out at a saving of 5 overall.

If you have a disability, or are aged 16 or over and are a student, then the cost is reduced to 11.20 which with the donation comes to 12.70.

If a disabled person needs to have a carer with them, then the carer can actually get free entry, but advice should be sought before visiting.

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