How to Save at ZSL.org
- Sign up for ZSL UK's free newsletter to learn about exciting events and special deals at the ZSL UK shop. Scroll to the grey area at the bottom of the homepage. The newsletter signup is in the fourth column below, "Get animals in your inbox."
- Children under 3 get free admission. Students and those over 65 get a discounted rate. If you are disabled, your concession rate ticket will also admit a caregiver at no cost.
- ZSL UK offers admissions discounts if you have a London Pass, National Rail 241 offer, BuyAGift voucher, Leisure voucher, Blue Peter badge, or Tesco Clubcard Points.
- Become a ZSL UK member and have unlimited free admission to both London and Whipsnade zoos. In addition, Gold members get discounts at zoo shops, restaurants and car parks. You can get a 20% discount on memberships when you pay by Direct Debit.
- If you are disabled or more than 65 years old, consider a concession rate membership, which allows a caregiver to accompany you at no extra cost.
- It takes some extra clicks to arrive at the sales section of the ZSL UK online shop. Click on the shop link in the upper left-hand corner at the very top of the homepage---look for the price tag icon. On the next page, scroll down below the photos till you see "Explore Our Range." Go past "Departments" and click on "Collections." The last entry in Collections is "Sale."
Does the ZSL UK Shop Have Free Delivery?
Free UK delivery is available for purchases of more than £50.
How Do You Contact ZSL UK?
The telephone number for both zoos is 0344 225 1826. If your question isn’t urgent, you can also email ZSL UK at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ZSL UK
The Zoological Society of London manages two of Britain's most important zoos and are also actively engaged in research and other work to ensure "a world where wildlife thrives." The Society was founded in 1826; Charles Darwin was an early Society Fellow. The London Zoo has been home to a number of famous animals, including Jumbo the Elephant, Gus the Gorilla, and Winnie, a black bear who inspired the Winnie-the-Pooh books. Today the Society operates the London Zoo, which opened in 1849, and the Whipsnade Zoo, which is the largest zoo in Britain.