14 March 2009

London Zoo's Fun Day for Children with Additional Needs

Children with disabilities and their families are invited to a London Zoo fun day with reduced admission costs on Saturday 13th June. The day is an annual event put on by London Zoo, enabling families with disabled children to enjoy all the zoo has to offer and more at a discount price.

Highlights include a major new exhibit for 2009, the Animal Adventure, which includes Aardvarks and Red Pandas. The Gorilla Kingdom, Rainforest Lookout and Reptile House & Aquarium continue to be popular, as well as the flying bird display.

Also available on the day will be British Sign Language interpretation for all talks and displays, face painting, live band and a separate entrance and welcome near the main car park.

Families with disabled children need to pre-book and prepay before 6th June to get the reduced rates.

For more details and a booking form, please contact Steve, Tel: 020 7449 6551 or email: steve.marriott@zsl.org. Check out the London Zoo website for more information about the zoo.

If you can't wait until then to start learning to name zoo animals - check out these sets of fabulous puppets (zoo animals and african animals) and these blog posts.

If you hear of any other special days please let us know and we will help publicise them.

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