School Field Trips

Bring your class to the zoo for an unforgettable day. Schools with a reservation receive a special rate of $2.00 per student.

You must have a minimum ratio of 1 adult for every 8 students (through grade 12). Any additional adults over a 1:5 ratio will be required to pay full admission.

Visit the Contact Corral

An additional reservation is required for your class to visit the Contact Corral. A 30 minute reservation accommodates up to 25 students. For the welfare of the animals, only 15 people are allowed in the Contact Corral at a time. If your group is larger than 15, you will be asked to split in half and alternate between the Contact Corral and other Barnyard exhibits.

Zoo Tours

Tours are approximately 30 minutes and cost an additional $1.50 per student ($30 minimum). Adult chaperones are included in the price. Tour themes include: Mammals or Birds & Reptiles.

Zoo tours must be paid for in full at the time of reservation.

To sign up for a zoo visit, you can download a reservation form here or email ten.o1416951610ozkra1416951610paiou1416951610qes@t1416951610nadne1416951610ttaoo1416951610z1416951610 for more information.

Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger hunts are free of charge. Two versions are available for Grades 1-3 and grades 4-6.

Visit

Open Today from 10am to 5pm

Adults: $5.75

Children (3-12): $3.75

Seniors (60+): $4.75

Children under 3: Free

Zoo Members: Free

Directions

Events & Classes

Dec
7
Sun
2014
12:00 pm Zoo Crew Orientation
Zoo Crew Orientation
Dec 7 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Want to work more closely with the animals? This year-round program offers individuals the opportunity to take part in some of the zoo’s day-to-day activities, [...]
Dec
10
Wed
2014
7:00 pm Free Conservation Lecture
Free Conservation Lecture
Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Free Conservation Lecture
“Managing Nemo: Conservation and Conflict in the Marine Aquarium Trade”  by Brian Tissot, HSU Marine Lab, Director & Biology Professor   The waters off the [...]

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