Child’s sleepover in the London Zoo BUGHouse

Address:
London Zoo, Outer Circle, Regent’s Park, London 51.535718 -0.155733
Dates & Time:
7 PM to 10 AM (next day)
Tickets & Cost:
£75 Adult, £75 Child
Children must be aged between 7 and 11. The number of adults in the group cannot exceed the number of children
See zsl.org for more details
Telephone:
The contact number for London Zoo is +44 (0) 344 225 1826
Parking:
If you’re driving to London here are some car parks near London Zoo
Minicabs:
Book a minicab near London Zoo
Buses:
The following bus routes go near London Zoo: 274, C2
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Trains:
Baker Street (30 min walk, or 274 bus), Camden Town (15 min walk), Regent’s Park (20 min walk)
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Give your kids an experience they'll never forget... with a scary sleepover at London Zoo!

Your children will spend the night in the BUGS! house alongside the spiders, beetles and tamarins (don't worry... they are all safely behind glass).

There will be plenty of activities before bedtime including animal talks, games and story-telling sessions. But best of all will be a torchlight tour in the zoo, so they can see what goes on once all of the tourists have gone home. Lots of the animals are more active at night, so they'll be able to see what they get up to when the sun goes down.

Assuming that they survive the night (which they will!) they will be served up a tasty breakfast in the morning.

[Note: This sleepover is for children aged between 7 and 11. The number of adults in the group cannot exceed the number of children, and for every 5/6 children there must be at least one accompanying adult. See here for more questions.]

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