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London Zoo; Parking

May 1st, 2017 / London Zoo / No Comments »

London Zoo Parking

Whilst London Zoo is located within Regents Park, there is a limited amount of parking available close to the main London Zoo entrance.  There is further pay & display parking located upon the road outside London Zoo but is time limited to a maximum of up to 4 hours.

Find out the current deals & discounts running for London Zoo including promo codes, online discounts & free entry offers.

 

London Zoo entrance with cyclists

London Zoo, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

Free London Zoo Parking

ZSL Members can take advantage of FREE parking at London Zoo during select off peak times, (only available mid-week, term time & is not valid during weekends, school holidays or bank holidays).  Parking works on a first come first served basis.  Whilst this won’t be very useful for families with school age children, for those with pre-school children or those that don’t to have to work around school term dates, this can be a useful perk of membership.

Look out for FREE parking options that are on offer a select times of the year to all customers during off-peak times!

 

waterboat to London Zoo

London Zoo Canal Boat Trip, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

London Zoo; Santandar Cycles Bike Docking Station

Make use the Santander Cycle Scheme that offers you a great way to explore London on a budget with the first half hour of every journey free of charge!  The great news is that there is cycle docking station directly outside the main London Zoo entrance.

London Zoo; Waterbus

Another great way to arrive/depart in style is by making use of the London Waterbus that has a landing stage directly within London Zoo. Opt for a one-way trip to Camden Locks or Little Venice with tickets reasonable priced.

London Zoo; Directions

Located within Regents Park, London Zoo is centrally located within the city with plenty of public transport routes available.  You can find more details available at London Zoo.

 

Meet the meerkats at London Zoo

Meerkats at London Zoo, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

By Liz Walsh

 

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