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Breakfast with the Animals

Breakfast At The Zoo It’s the Zoo’s most popular series of events throughout the Zoo year: Constellation presents Breakfast with the Animals at The Maryland Zoo. This VIP experience lets guests get up close and personal with their favorite animals and the keepers who care for them. The series includes a one-of-a-kind al fresco dining experience next ...

Breakfast with the Celebrity Creatures

Rise and shine with the Zoo’s celebrity creatures. This exclusive VIP experience is part of a private event before the Zoo opens. Enjoy dining al fresco at our beautiful penguin coast. Our ambassador animals can only be seen at special events like this, so enjoy this unique opportunity to dine with them! A full breakfast menu is served buffet-style ...

Breakfast in Africa

Rise and shine with the Zoo’s African Watering Hole animals. This exclusive VIP experience is a private event that takes place before the Zoo opens. Enjoy dining al fresco in our beautiful African Pavilion next to rhinos, ostrich and zebras as they feast on their morning meal. A full breakfast menu is served buffet-style while guests are treated to a ...

Maryland Zoo hits high attendance mark in FY 2017

The Zoo is celebrating a successful end to Fiscal Year 2017 with a total count of 505,723 visitors. “We are thrilled to go over the 500,000 mark for first time in over 15 years,” stated Don Hutchinson, president/CEO of the Zoo. “This number has been a goal of ours for some time. Not only did we achieve our goal, we also continued to see growth in ...

Another Successful Year for Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

BALTIMORE — For the second year in a row The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore hosted more than 400,000 visitors. The Zoo is celebrating a successful end to Fiscal Year 2013 with a total count of 400,162 visitors. “We are thrilled to go over the 400,000 mark again, as well as seeing growth in other areas such as membership, event attendance and off-grounds ...

The Maryland Zoo Achieves Notable Success in 2012 (FY)

BALTIMORE – 409,843 spins of the turnstiles!  The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is celebrating a successful end to Fiscal Year 2012 with a total count of 409,843 visitors, an increase of 35,232 visitors over FY2011. “As with most businesses, we set higher goals for ourselves every year, and this year we were thrilled to hit the 400,000 visitor mark, which ...

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Snooze at the Zoo!

BALTIMORE, MD – Snore where the animals roar at The Maryland Zoo! Join other zoo-loving folks for an evening adventure during a Zoo Snooze. Sleepover guests become night owls as they explore the Zoo in the dark with our expert staff guides to learn about African penguins, polar bears, reptiles and mammals, and some of the native nocturnal animals that ...

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Family Overnights

Join other zoo-loving families for an educational sleepover in Penguin Coast. You and your children will explore Zoo exhibits to learn about African penguins, polar bears, African reptiles and mammals and some of our local nocturnal animals. Tickets: Member: $65 per person Non-member: $75 per person All tickets include: Dinner and ...

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Scout Group Overnights

Join other zoo-loving scouts for an educational sleepover in Penguin Coast. You and your group will explore Zoo exhibits to learn about African penguins, polar bears, African reptiles and mammals and some of our local nocturnal animals. [button]Reservation Request[/button] Tickets: $60 per person All tickets include: Dinner and ...

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Laughing Kookaburra

The kookaburra is native to eastern Australia but has also been introduced and established into other parts of the continent and offshore islands such as Tasmania. The kookaburra can be found living in open woodlands, forest, gardens, orchards, and parks. The kookaburra is a featured species in The Maryland Zoo’s Animal Embassy collection. Zoo ...

Zoo Snooze 2016

The Maryland Zoo is where the wild things snore during our Zoo Snooze overnight events! Join other zoo-loving folks for one of the upcoming family sleepovers being held at the Zoo in 2016. Sleepover guests will explore the Zoo in the dark with our expert staff guides to learn about African penguins, polar bears, African reptiles and mammals, and some of ...

June Roundup

1. Elephant Bath Time   Splish, Splash, elephants takin’ a bath. Elephant husbandry is a very important part of an elephant keeper’s daily schedule. Now, see bathing and training for health checks on exhibit at 11:30 daily!  2. Purchase a membership Two summers for the price of one! New Zoo memberships purchased this June ...