Friday Night At The Zoo: London Adventures – Inspires Adventure

Did you know there is a Zoo in the heart of central London? Regents Park is home to London Zoo where you can see: lions, giraffes, tigers, penguins and llamas! Pretty cool right? There’s even an aquarium, a butterfly walk and a reptile house to explore. In fact, London Zoo is home to 19,289* animals with a selection of animals from the 6 main classes. (Mammals, birds, fishes, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.)

So here is a Friday night with a twist! Throughout June and July, London Zoo will be hosting Zoo Nights! It’s a chance to visit London Zoo after it’s closed to the public and see the animals whilst the sun sets over London. Spend a relaxing evening visiting the animals and learning more about them and their habitats. Don’t forget to grab some tasty treats from street food stands from around the world and maybe catch a show/talk? End the evening by relaxing on the grass with a drink in hand and International music playing in the background.

If you are looking for a unique night out in London, then this could be a perfect idea! This was a fun and memorable evening in 2016 and one I highly recommend. It is a totally different Friday night that offers something for everyone!

Visiting Information:
Location: London Zoo
Closest Tube Station: Warren Street/Euston Square/Great Portland Street/Regents Park (Walk through Regents Park, closes 9:30pm in June/July)
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Few hours
Price: £18.50

*London Zoo has 19,289 in May 2018.

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Until Next Time – Inspires Adventure! 

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