Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: London Zoo Tickets submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
We really enjoyed this as there was lots of animals to see and my son is obsesssed with animals so he was delighted to go. There was a good sized shop at the end to buy some souvenirs. The only thing was the restaurant there was very busy we had to leave cos we could not get a seat so if u want to eat there i would go early as in before lunchtime. They are building another restuarent but that won't be finished for a few months yet.Reviewed by: Orla D, Ireland, January 2013
Booked London Zoo tickets in advance of our visit and saved £5 each on the price at the gate. It was basically what we expected and the only disappointment was that due to the weather being very cold for the beginning of April a lot of the bigger animals were keeping warm out of view. Still enjoyed it though.Reviewed by: Melody R, April 2013
great day at the zooReviewed by: Shirley W, November 2012
Everyone loves a Zoo, was a bit dissappointed as a lot of enclosures were closed due to reovationsReviewed by: Deirdre N, June 2012
No need to have skip the line. There is no line on the day I visited. Not sure whether other day will be the same. The zoo itself is a bit boring, less than expected. Most animals stay in their caves. And many empty space that consumed our walk energy.Reviewed by: toromcboy, January 2013