One of the Zoo’s newest self-guided activities is geocaching – its part orienteering, part treasure hunt, and part education adventure!
Learn about Zoo animals while making an animal-related craft. Pre-registration required. $5 materials fee (does not include zoo admission). Click here for more information about the programs and to register now.
In natural history parlance, field marks are features of animals used by scientists to verify their species identification. These programs with the Zoo Naturalist focus on the animals and habitats found in Maryland and the surrounding mid-Atlantic region.
The Zoo is where the wild things snore! Join other zoo-lovers for an educational overnight at the Zoo! You can spend the night in tents and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Zoo by night. Click the dates below to get more information on or register for a specific overnight.
July 9th – 10th (ADULT OVERNIGHT)
Sip, stroll and learn at this special adults-only education event! You’ll enjoy wine, beer and delicious hors d’oeuvres while being guided on an intimate, thematic, evening tour of the Zoo. Each Sip and Stroll ticket purchased allows admission for one adult, two drink tickets, and a guided tour led by a Zoo education staff member.
**Unless otherwise noted – check chalkboards at Creature Encounters and Penguin Coast for any location changes on day of program.