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Probably the world’s most famous zoo, ZSL London Zoo has been entertaining and delighting groups since it opened to the public in 1847. With over 720 animal species, exciting and innovative new exhibits and heritage-listed buildings almost as famous as their inhabitants it’s a great day out in the capital for groups of all ages and sizes.
A must-see at the Zoo is the new Penguin Beach. Open in 2011, Penguin Beach recreates a South American beach landscape in the heart of London, with stunning colonies of over 100 Macaroni and Humboldt penguins.
The new exhibit features a larger pool with underwater viewing areas so you can see how our flippered friends fly under the waves. And a larger demonstration area with covered seating turns feeding time into an even bigger spectacle than before!

From Camden Town Station (15 minute walk) Camden Town is the nearest tube station to ZSL London Zoo with its Northern Line connection. * Exit the station on the right-hand side and walk along Parkway * Continue walking up Parkway for about 6 minutes until you reach Prince Albert Road * Turn right into Prince Albert Road and continue for about five minutes until you reach the traffic-light controlled pedestrian crossing * Cross left here and walk over the Regent's Canal footbridge * Turn right and ZSL London Zoo is then 200 metres up the road on the left-hand side. Alternatively, ZSL London Zoo visitors can use Regent's Park Tube station (Bakerloo Line) or Baker Street Station (Jubilee, Bakerloo & Metropolitan lines): From Regent's Park Station (20 minute walk) Regents Park Station will be closed from 10 July 2006 until June 2007. Please use Baker Street or Camden Town to travel to the zoo. * Exit the station and turn right * Cross the Marylebone Road and turn left immediately into Park Square East * Continue until you reach the entrance to Regent's Park on the corner of the outer circle * Walk through the Park along the Broad Walk (heading north) until you reach the outer circle again. Turn left onto the outer circle * ZSL London Zoo's entrance is 200 metres on the left. Directions from Baker Street * Catch the 274 bus from Baker Street to Ormonde Terrace Or if you fancy a 30 minute walk: * Exit the station on Baker Street * Turn right and walk to the end of Baker street * Cross over Park Road and turn left onto the outer circle * Follow this road until you reach the Zoo's main entrance on your right. By rail The nearest mainline station is Euston. At Euston Station go to bus stop G and take bus number 253 towards the Narroway/Hackney Central to Camden High Street. At Camden High Street go to Stop V and take bus number 274 towards Victoria Gate to ZSL London Zoo. By bus Service number 274 runs from Oxford Circus and Baker Street, to Ormonde Terrace. Pick up the C2 from Oxford Circus or Great Portland Street to Gloucester Gate.

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