Looking for some Spook-tacular Fun well come join us for our BOO AT THE ZOO celebration with a Haunted House in the Animalasium (October 29th -30th) from 10 am – 4pm and (October 31st) from 10 am - 2pm. included with your admission. This is a merry not too scary event.
Fun-filled Costume Contest Parade (October 29th – 30th) at 1pm – children aged 12 years and under that are fully dressed in a costume and participate in the parade, get free admission into the zoo when accompanied by an adult paying regular admission! 3 Awesome prizes!
And for some evening fun – October 28th – 30th come join us for our 1st Spooky Night Walking Safari at 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm. Try and come early as tours will be starting on time. Price of admission (**) for this tour is separate from daily admission and are as follows:
** Anyone that is already in the zoo for the day, needs to register at the front admission and in addition to the regular admission for the day would pay $3 to go on the Spooky Night Walking Safari.
And all children aged 12 years and under get in free to the Zoo on October 31st if dressed in a costume, when accompanied by an adult paying regular admission and also receives a special treat as well!!
The Greater Vancouver Zoo has always been a unique resource for educators of all grade levels, from Pre-School to University students. Now with the introduction of the new British Columbia curriculum, even more opportunities are available here. The new curriculum is about providing a greater connection to learning, and we have many resources to assist educators in meeting those learning outcomes at our facility or by having us come to you with our outreach options.
This is a free event and does fill up very quickly as we are limited with space, so please do not delay! To register please click here or for further information about the day, please contact our Education Department at 604.856.6825 ext 26 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event takes place from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm on October 21st.
All educators are free of charge and includes light snacks and refreshments, although we recommend that you bring a bag lunch or money to purchase lunch at our Safari Grill cafe. Please be aware that this is for "educators only" therefore no guests or children will be allowed with this program.
Come celebrate the five species of Rhino’s: black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran, and Javan plus how you can save them in the wild!
Rhinoceros are the largest mammal after the elephant and rank among the most endangered species in the world! The biggest threat to Rhino’s is poaching and is pushing them to extinction. Please come by the Info Booth from 11 am – 2pm and learn how you can help save these amazing animals!
donation box will be available at the info booth to anyone able to donate. All
funds will go directly to the International Rhino Foundation. More info on
their rhino conservation work can be found at http://rhinos.org/state-of-the-rhino/