Edinburgh Zoo after hours

Edinburgh Zoo, 134 Corstorphine Road, EH12 6TS

Edinburgh Zoo after hours
  • usually £28.00
  • save 28%
  • tickets sold

Saturday 9th July 2022

Starts at 18:00, 18:15, and 18:30

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This deal is part of itison us which helps support brilliant local charities.

Edinburgh Zoo after hours; enjoy a fun-filled evening exploring the zoo as the sun sets with acoustic music on the lawn and kiosks serving local food & drink vendors including Rost, Rolly's Ice Cream & Panther M*lk - includes entry & nachos for one

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Advance booking is not required.

Multiple purchases permitted. 

Duration: approx. 3.5 hours. Last entry is at 8pm with the zoo closing at 9:30pm.

Suitable for ages 18+ only. 

Please note daytime zoo entry is not included and visitors may not see any real animals.

Please note the event is outdoors, and visitors are advised to dress appropriately.

Terms and conditions apply; please visit Edinburgh Zoo website for further information.

Includes a portion of nachos.

Pets are not permitted.

Wheelchair access available.

Tickets can be presented on mobile device or printed for redemption; please show your ticket on arrival.

Ticket is non-transferable and non-refundable unless event is cancelled.

Ticket is not exchangeable for cash or valid with any other offers.

Images used for illustrative purposes only.

  • Edinburgh Zoo
  • 134 Corstorphine Road,
    EH12 6TS
  • Tel: 0131 334 9171
  • Website

Home to over a thousand rare and beautiful animals including the UK’s only giant pandas, it’s no surprise that Edinburgh Zoo is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions with over 800,000 visitors a year. As one of Europe’s leading centres of conservation, education and research, it’s a fun and fantastic way to while away an afternoon as you get to know the exotic residents, both little and large!