The Lagos Zoo started with a passion for animals, and in the last 20 years it has grown to a haven of conservation. There are 48 enclosures to find throughout your visit, covering everything from warm-blooded to cold, and from sky to sea. If you're an animal lover, there's enough to keep you fascinated for the whole day, from chimpan-A to chimpan...
- * Admission to Lagos Zoo
- * Animal feedings (available on site for an extra cost)
- Animal feedings: * Pelicans: 11:30 * Otters, primates and pelicans: 15:00 * Penguins: 16:00 * Lemurs: 11:45 and 16:00 * Kids under 4 get in for free, no ticket needed * Under-12s need to be accompanied by an adult Get your smartphone ticket scanned at the ticket desk.
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