Battersea Park Children's Zoo

In a nutshell

A great small family zoo in the heart of London, with lots of mammals, reptiles and birds to see including endangered animals and native farm breeds.


Battersea Park (Chelsea Gate), Battersea, London SW11 4NJ

Contact details

Tel: 020 7924 5826

Web: www.batterseaparkzoo.co.uk

Activity type

Animals, Birthdays

Suitable for

All ages, Schools and Groups

Price guide


(based on family of 4)

Battersea Park Children's Zoo details...

Battersea Park Children’s Zoo is the perfect place for little explorers! With conservation and education at its heart, this much-loved family park is home to over 100 amazing animals from around the world.

From monkeys, meerkats and otters, to lemurs, tropical birds and native farm favourites – there really is something to inspire everyone!

Join the zookeepers every day at their friendly feeding time keeper talks and watch out for the zoo’s year-round interactive animal-themed events.
Learn about conservation and the importance of wildlife.

You’ll find impressive adventure play areas and imaginations will run wild on the real-life fire-engine, helicopter and sensory sandpit.

Meet the education team at their ever-popular wildlife activity days, arts and crafts, story times and adventure trails!

If you are looking for a closer animal experience, then the Keeper Experiences and animals Encounters are for you. Suitable for both children and adults as single or dual participation.

Zoo birthday parties are always a big hit with animal-loving little ones. Party guests will have a wild time as they become Zoo Detectives, have a guided tour of the zoo, a chance to handle some minibeasts, the opportunity to assist a zookeeper, craft activity, plus party food and goody bags!

Open daily (closed December 25th and 26th).

Summer opening Times: 10am to 5.30pm. Winter opening Times: 10am to 4.30pm.

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