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Night at the Zoo on May 4

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Author: Charlotte Anthony | Category: Upcoming Events | March 15, 2018

Experience the San Antonio Zoo in a whole new light! After the Zoo closes, visit bats, cats and crocodiles on a staff led tour.  Discover which animals are headed to bed - and which ones are just waking up! 

The tour will be on Friday, May 4 from 6pm to 9 p.m. Feel free to invite your friends.

If interested in attending, email Charlotte at anthonyc@uthscsa.edu

Tickets

Tickets are $18 cash. Please come by the Graduate Dean's office (AAB 115) before April 27 with cash to reserve your spot. Tickets are nonrefundable. 

Itinerary

What happens during a Twilight Tour? Find out! Arrive at the Education Center at 6:00pm and after a quick orientation you’ll be learning about, and meeting, animals. With a Zoo guide, your group will tour the zoo after hours and meet an animal up close! 

What to Bring

Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Cameras are a great idea, but please do not bring any personal music or other electronic devices.

Food

Please do not bring any food items. As dinner will not be provided, please eat prior or after your zoo visit.

Parking

Twilight Tour guests will need to park in public parking next to the Train Depot. Once you have parked please make your way to the Education Center using the map below. Your program will begin promptly at 6:00pm and end at 8:00 pm.

Guidelines

To ensure that everyone has a positive experience, please review the following guidelines with your child, prior to arriving at the zoo.

-  Respect Zoo employees, animals and visitors.

-  Respect Zoo property.

- Running, excessive noises and horse play are not allowed.

-  No handheld games or electronic devices.

- No outside food or drink. No smoking.

- Children are to stay with their parents/chaperones at all times.

- All campers, children and adults, are expected to participate in all activities.

Chaperones are responsible for discipline of the group. Failure to follow the above guidelines may results in removal from the Zoo, without refund.



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