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Animal House Summer Party

Regents Park, NW1 4RY
  • 300
    Maximum Guests

Introducing the Animal House Summer Party at London Zoo, an exceptional and authentic summer event that brings you closer to the wonders of the animal kingdom. Begin your evening with a warm welcome, complete with refreshing drinks and mouth-watering canapes, as you prepare to embark on a truly unique experience.

At the London Zoo, you can choose from various captivating animal houses to host your summer party or intimate dinner. Each animal house offers a distinct and mesmerizing atmosphere, providing the perfect backdrop to impress your guests. Your options include Tiger Territory, B.U.G.S!, Penguin Beach, the Aquarium, Reptile House, the Attenborough Komodo Dragon House, and Land of the Lions.

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of wildlife, as you come face-to-face with some of the planet’s most intriguing animals. As you explore these exceptional spaces, you can also savor the taste of award-winning catering, ensuring a truly memorable experience for all. Don’t miss this opportunity to host a summer event like no other at the Animal House Summer Party at London Zoo.




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  • Sara L
    Sara L
    a month ago

    Love this zoo! Always have a lovely time visiting and I really admire their conservation efforts. Saw the baby looks recently which was super cute! Also check out the Zoo Nights if you can! They are so much fun.

  • Mehedi Hassan
    Mehedi Hassan
    3 weeks ago

    I had an incredible visit to the London Zoo today! The experience was truly unforgettable. The highlights for me were seeing the majestic Tiger, Lion, Gorilla, Giraffe, and Hippo up close. Each exhibit was thoughtfully designed to provide an engaging and educational experience. The reptiles collection was especially amazing, with a diverse array of fascinating species. It was clear that the animals are well cared for and the staff are passionate about conservation and education. Overall, a fantastic day out – I highly recommend a visit to the London Zoo!

  • Ene Joy
    Ene Joy
    2 weeks ago

    Visited over the weekend. It's a large Zoo with lots of animals and suitable venue for kids of most ages. There are lots of seating areas across multiple sections of the zoo. The restaurants closed earlier than the zoo closing time. For example, we visited on a Saturday and the restaurant closed at 3.30pm whilst the Zoo is open until 6pm. We got to see the Penguins, Giraffes, Monkeys (various species), sloths, butterflies, wild pigs, African wild dogs, Lions, its cubs and Tigers etc. Parking is on street and you have to pay.

  • Sandi Storck
    Sandi Storck
    a week ago

    The weather was extremely hot & humid when we went... so not only we're we very uncomfortable but the majority of animals wisely stayed inside. The bird sanctuary was an exhibit inside with the birds flying freely around you and scooting here and there under your feet as you walked around. But overall, it felt sad as it seemed many if the animals were going extinct and being house and cared for in their later days. Our world today, living amongst humanity, is unforgiving for the Animal World.

  • Viktoriia Shcherbakova

    I love it! Such a wonderful place. The staff members were very helpful and shared many interesting stories about their animals. Thank you, Ann from the First Aid team, for your attention and help with organizing and planning our trip with the students.