PBS’ most-watched program to film three episodes during one full day of taping on June 18, 2024

BALTIMORE, MD The experts at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW know a hidden gem when they find one. PBS’ most-watched program is coming to Maryland Zoo to film all-day appraisals on Tuesday, June 18.

“Holding events at locations like Maryland Zoo provides an enriching experience for our guests and audiences that they may otherwise miss,” said ROADSHOW executive producer Marsha Bemko.

During the visit, the program’s cameras will blanket the Zoo filming highlights of its animals, history, and important conservation work. That one day of filming will become three produced episodes for the show’s 29th broadcast season which will air on PBS in 2025.

The Zoo will be open to members and regular guests during the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visit. The Zoo is open 7 days a week, including holidays like Memorial Day and July 4th. The Zoo hosts summer camps (for kids and adults) and lots of exciting events – from daily keeper chats and animal experiences to its main fundraiser, Brew at the Zoo, which takes place Memorial Day weekend.

Admission to ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is free but tickets are required and must be obtained in advance. Fans can enter for a chance to win one pair of free tickets per household. The 2024 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Sweepstakes opened Monday, January 29. To enter for a free pair of tickets to a 2024 ROADSHOW event and to see complete entry rules, go to PBS’ website. Deadline for entries is Monday, March 18, 2024, at 11:59 PM PT.