Gorillas lions, tigers, sharks, zebra... at Chessington Zoo the list really does go on as they boast over 1,000 creatures for you to see.
They even have everyone's favourites... meerkats! Wanyama Village and Reserve - Chessington Zoo's answer to safari. Lorikeet Lagoon - time for some bird spotting, the most colourful and exotic from Asia. Trail of the Kings - getting up close and personal with Gorillas, Lions, Leopards, Tigers, Binturongs and Fossas. Sea Life Centre - one for the deep sea explorers, there's sharks in them there waters. Children's Zoo - why should the kids have all the fun, get in there to snuggle up to rabbits, goats and guinea pigs. Creepy Caves - reptiles, snakes and other creepy crawlies. Monkey and Bird Garden - go on then, indulge in some monkeying around. Penguin Cove - don't miss the handlers special presentation to learn more about these fun creatures. Sealion Bay - they love to show off tricks for your appreciation.
Chessington World of Adventures Zoo is open every weekend throughout the year.
From late March to early November pay from £15 extra and include over 40 rides and attractions in 10 themed lands.
Plenty of food choices with restaurants serving pizza and pasta to oriental and Mexican dishes
At Chessington Zoo you can meet over 1,000 exotic animals from foreign lands, some of which are endangered and can no longer be seen in the wild.
Check out the timetables for animal interaction sessions throughout the day of your visit.
The Zoo is open all year round 10am to 5pm, but they do have some longer days, so we advise you check the website for the dates you are visiting.
Full park opens from late March to early November. Upgrade available to the rides, please ask.
Chessington is situated on the A243, just two miles from the A3 and M25 (junction 9 or 10).
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go! And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.