London Zoo is launching Tours and Teas, a brand new series of guided tours followed by afternoon tea at the Regents Park zoo.

Featuring a different theme each month, Tours and Teas guests will get the chance to explore in a private group and learn more about the behind-the-scenes of the conservation zoo.

Led by one of London Zoo’s guides, guests will stroll along the 30-minute-long tour while learning about some stories behind the Zoo’s 200-year history, the specially selected flora, and a tour dedicated to the conservation work ZSL do across the world.

After the tour, guests can then sit down for a cream tea of homemade earl grey infused scones served with Devon clotted cream, strawberry jam, and a pot of English Breakfast tea.

Launching on 2nd November, monthly tours are available to book and feature a different tour on the first Tuesday of the month outside of school holidays, at 1.30pm, for £28 per person excluding Zoo admission.

Four tours have been created:

  • Welcome to ZSL London Zoo Tour
  • ZSL History Tour
  • Conservation Tour
  • Botanical Tour

Details are here.


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One comment
  1. JP says:

    Well now, to coin a phrase: that takes the biscuit.
    Holding by the Devonian cream then jam on the scone practicality, I’ve never come across a tea-infused scone. It’s gotta be them wot lives up Lunnon n their fancy~pants ways.

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