Animal Attractions in London.

London Zoo
London Zoo, the most famous Zoo in the world, is situated on the north side of Regent's Park. London Zoo first became established in 1828, housing animals for scientific study.
Natural History Museum
Ever stared into the gaping jaws of a Tyrannosaurus rex, felt the devastating power of an earthquake or come face to face with a giant, moving scorpion ? You will when you enter the amazing world of The Natural History Museum.
Aldenham Country Park
Aldenham Country Park is the perfect setting for a great family day out in the countryside.  The park comprises 175 acres of parkland, woodland and a beautiful 65 acre lake.
Bocketts Farm Park
Set in the beautiful countryside, Bocketts Farm offers a great day out whatever the weather!
Chessington World of Adventures Resort
With exciting rides and animals, and action packed shows, Chessington is a whole World of Adventures all in one place!
Hackney City Farm
City Farms exist to bring the countryside and its activities to urban people. They generally use otherwise derelict land and involve local people in their establishment and maintenance.
Newham City Farm & Visitor Centre
Newham City Farm was established in 1977 offering educational and leisure activities for the community. A wide collection of farm animals has been built up over the years including a number of rare breeds.
Paradise Wildlife Park
Paradise Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to meet lions, tigers, monkeys, zebras, tapirs, reptiles, birds and more.
Spitalfields City Farm
Spitalfields City Farm began in 1978 as an allotment scheme on derelict land. It has since developed into an urban farm which aims to bring the countryside and rural activities to the East End.
Stepping Stones Farm
Stepping Stones Farm has a full range of farm livestock including a magnificent Jacobs ram, a potentially noble young Anglo-nubian billy and two endearing Kune kune pigs - Honey and Treacle, plus a small selction of 'pets'

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