For Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts, ages 5 and up.


The zoo offers both scheduled and private classes to meet badge requirements for Girl Scout Daisies, Girl Scout Brownies, Girl Scout Juniors or Cub Scouts. Included with the class program fee is general admission to the zoo on the day of the class.

Ages: 5-12
Fee: $18/child, $10/additional attending adult (no fee for adults within the required 1:6 ratio)
Scheduled Class Times: 10 a.m. - noon on select Saturdays

Private classes are available for groups of 20 children or more. If you are interested in scheduling a private class, please complete a class registration form. Current class offerings include:

  • Girl Scout Daisies: Outdoor Art Maker
  • Girl Scout Brownies: Bugs; Outdoor Art Creator
  • Girl Scout Juniors: Animal Habitats; Geocacher, Outdoor Art Explorer; Gardener
  • Cub Scouts: My Tiger Jungle (Tiger); Fur, Feathers and Ferns (Bear); Into the Wild (Webelos); Into the Woods (Webelos)
  • Boy Scouts: Geocaching; Mammal Study (due to time constraints, not all merit badge requirements  are possible).

A minimum of one adult for every 6 scouts is required and included with the registration fee. Badges and Belt Loops must be purchased through the Girl Scouts or Cub Scouts websites. The zoo does not provide these items.


Fall Classes

GIrl Scout Class Juniors

Outdoor Art Creator Badge

Girls Scout Daisies/Brownies
10 a.m. - noon
Saturday, October 6


Lady Bug

Bugs Badge

Girl Scout Brownies
10 a.m. - noon
Saturday, October 27


Boy Scouts ZA Overnight Squared

Into the Wild Elective

Cub Scouts Webelos
10 a.m. - noon
Saturday, November 3



GIrl Scout Class Juniors

Animal Habitats Badge

Girls Scout Juniors
10 a.m. - noon
Saturday, November 17




All registration buttons link to our online registration system. If you prefer to register by paper, please click here to download a class registration form that may be returned by email, fax or postal mail. 


additional INFORMATION

Changes & Cancellations

Instructions for canceling or changing program dates and details on the zoo's refund policy. 


Classes & Camps Scholarships


Woodland Park Zoo is pleased to provide limited scholarship opportunities for eligible families towards zoo classes or day camp programs. Summer camp scholarship applications are accepted beginning February 1 of each year and throughout the year for school break camps and classes.

At this time, all 2018 summer camp scholarships have been awarded. Although we will continue to accept applications for all weeks of summer camp, we are unable to guarantee if or when new funds may become available.

If you are interested in a scholarship for the Discoveries Day Camp program, you must apply through the Seattle Children's Theatre.

Scholarship Application



If you have additional questions or need assistance, please contact a registration staff member by email or by phone at 206.548.2424 ext 4. If you are unable to reach a staff member by phone, please leave a detailed message and we will return your call within 2 business days.


Girl Scouts

This is an affiliate program of Girl Scouts of Western Washington