In with the Spiders at ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo, Regents Park, London

Event location:
London Zoo, Regent's Park
When:Sat 23rd May 2015 to
Wed 23rd May 2018
Where:ZSL London Zoo, Regents Park, London NW1 4RY
Nearest Station:Camden Town
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:Daily from 10.00
Admission:Entry to In with the Spiders is included in ZSL London Zoo general admission.
Picture of In with the Spiders at ZSL London Zoo

About the event

ZSL London Zoo is taking on the challenge of a lifetime in a bid to clear the name of one of the world’s most feared, misunderstood and maligned creatures, in a brand new exhibit being unveiled this May.

Opening on Saturday 23 May 2015, In with the Spiders will bring people face-to-face with amazing arachnids from around the world in a completely unique and immersive experience within the Zoo’s popular B.U.G.S exhibit.

The only exhibit of its kind in Europe, zoo visitors will first get gently acquainted with the UK native species and regular house guest ‘spider in a bathtub’ before meeting fascinating exotic species such as the black widow, huntsman and giant bird-eating spiders.

Visitors will then discover the true meaning of ‘up close’ as they enter into the forest home of ZSL London Zoo’s uniquely sociable communal spiders, and stunning, golden orb spiders that spend their days posing proudly on huge one-metre wide webs.

With the opportunity to take home a special souvenir from the walk-through expedition, visitors can pose for a pic with the golden orb spiders in front of the “Spider Selfie” mirror.

Celebrating the creatures whose very name has been slandered over the years, In with the Spiders ‘talking tarantula’ will help to dispel the myths surrounding spiders to reveal why they are in fact friend, not foe.

With two decades of curing arachnophobia under its belt with the hugely successful Friendly Spider Programme, ZSL London Zoo already knows a thing or two about converting spider-haters into spider-lovers. Visitors are sure to leave the exhibit with a new-found appreciation for arachnids.

Official Link: http://www.zsl.org



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