London is a sucker for Lates. From the Science Museum to the National Gallery, anything that lets us explore the hotspots away from the crowds and tourists (and indeed, with a glass of wine in our hand), wins a recurring place in our calendars and hearts. ZSL London Zoo launches its adult-only Twilight late opening this month, and it certainly fits the bill as a must for all animal enthusiasts this summer.
Visitors will be able to sneak a peek behind-the-scenes of the world’s oldest scientific zoo, during a sunset trip through the animal kingdom - exclusively for grown-ups. The limited run of twilight tickets offers a chance for quality after-work time with a date or a friend with the added bonus of animal-themed conversation starters, delicious snacks and more than 15,000 animals from across the world.
The evening events let animal fans see the Zoo in a whole new light, exploring how expert zookeepers and vets look after everything from Critically Endangered Chinese giant salamanders to Endangered Asiatic lions - and discover how the Zoo’s teams work for wildlife across the globe. ZSL is an international conservation charity, with every ticket sold funding vital wildlife science, conservation and education across the world.
Twilight also comes with another added advantage – much like for its visitors, it coincides with dinner time for many of the animals, and being able to catch that special moment up close away from the crowds is a rare and delightful treat.
You can catch Twilight at ZSL London Zoo on select dates between Thursday 30th June and Friday 22nd July, and read up more about it here.
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