ZOO OVERNIGHT AND EVENING ADVENTURES
Zoo Adventures run March through November. Register for your 2015 Zoo Adventure now!
Available programs include A Zookeeper’s Life for Me, Stealthy Science: Research After Dark and Living Wild.
Join us for an exciting look at the zoo after hours. Through guided tours in the evening and early morning, you will get the inside scoop on our animals from our amazing education staff members.
Choose from the themes listed below to enjoy an event that caters to your interests! Then, see event information to the right for more information and to register!
A true outdoor adventure! Bring your own tent(s) and set up camp at the North Picnic Shelter near the Carousel. Together, we’ll tie, pitch, and problem solve our way through basic wilderness skills. Learn to live alongside wildlife while enjoying the great outdoors. Program runs rain or shine, so live wild and come prepared for any weather.
A Zookeeper's Life For Me
Join us for an exporation into the life of a zookeeper at Woodland Park Zoo as you investigate the triumphs of caring for some of the smallest and largest animals on earth. Learn about techniques zookeepers use to work with animals and try your hand at creating an enrichment item.
Stealthy Science: Research after Dark
Join a group of fellow field researchers-in-training for an expedition at the zoo. Learn about tools and techniques used by scientists to study animals in the wild. Hone your tracking skills while prowling the zoo.
Scouts for Adventure
These adventures are specifically set aside for scout groups. All three programs listed above are offered through out the year. Scout groups may also set up their own Adventure for groups of 22 or more.
Groups of 22 or more >>
Small Scout groups >>
Individuals, families, homeschools and other groups with fewer than 22 people >>
Need more information? Visit the Zoo Adventures FAQ
If you cannot find the answers to your questions or need additional help please contact the Group Registrar at 206.548.2424 x2 or e-mail.