Event Series Prehistoric Predators

Prehistoric Predators

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Prepare to step back in time and encounter the awe-inspiring creatures that once ruled our planet at ZooTampa’s Prehistoric Predators. Running from January 13 to April 28, this new, limited-time event will feature 15 colossal animatronic animals from Earth's ancient history. Explore and learn about these magnificent creatures that roamed the Earth before us and […]

Event Series Secrets of the Zoo Tour

Secrets of the Zoo Tour 2024: Florida

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Time 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM <!-- Cost: Members – $100 Member Tickets » Non-Members – $120 Non-Member Tickets » --> You’ve seen the stories on TV, now experience them in real life on a Secrets of the Zoo Tour! Go behind-the-scenes and explore the amazing species, animal care team, and locations featured on the […]

Event Series Toddler Tuesday

Member Exclusive: Toddler Tuesday March

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

This year, Toddler Tuesday continues its Amazing Adventure through the Alphabet! From awesome amphibians to slithering snakes, join us to learn all about the wild side of the ABC’s. Each month, we will investigate a new letter and find out how it fits into the animal kingdom. With interactive activities, sing-a-longs, storytime, and exclusive wildlife […]

Event Series Conservation Connections

Conservation Connections: Save the Panther Day

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Join the Guest Engagement team at the Florida Panther Habitat in Florida Wilds to learn more about this amazing species and the wetlands it calls home. Participate in interactive activities and find out how you can protect panthers and other Florida wildlife. Don’t forget your ZT Saves Kids’ Club Notebook or Passport to collect your […]

ZooTampa Behavior Workshop: Teaching Animals with Science and Empathy

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Dates: June 9: Ice Breaker at the Floridan Hotel from 5-7PM (optional). June 10-12: 9AM - 5PM June 13: 9AM - 2PM Participants will be required to attend all 4 days of coursework (June10-13) Description: This is an interactive workshop providing a comprehensive understanding of behavior modifications as it relates to all species, both domestic and exotic. Participants […]

Event Series Day of Discovery

Day of Discovery

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

ZooTampa, in partnership with the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (C.A.R.D.) at the University of South Florida, is hosting a Day of Discovery sponsored by the Lowry Murphey Family Foundation Inc. This low-sensory morning is tailored for the enjoyment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Come experience the Zoo, offering unique […]

Member Exclusive: Mornings with ZT Saves, World Ocean Day

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Join us each month for our special Members-only conservation series, Mornings with ZT Saves. Hear from our dedicated Animal Team members and their personal experiences helping to protect and preserve animals from all over the world. Each event will feature a hands-on activity, up-close interaction with one of our Animal Ambassadors, a conservation presentation, and […]

Member Exclusive: Mornings with ZT Saves, World Elephant Day

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Join us each month for our special Members-only conservation series, Mornings with ZT Saves. Hear from our dedicated Animal Team members and their personal experiences helping to protect and preserve animals from all over the world. Each event will feature a hands-on activity, up-close interaction with one of our Animal Ambassadors, a conservation presentation, and […]

Member Exclusive: Mornings with ZT Saves, Red Wolf Week

ZooTampa 1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL, United States

Join us each month for our special Members-only conservation series, Mornings with ZT Saves. Hear from our dedicated Animal Team members and their personal experiences helping to protect and preserve animals from all over the world. Each event will feature a hands-on activity, up-close interaction with one of our Animal Ambassadors, a conservation presentation, and […]

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1. Please make one field trip per reservation order. Complete one and start a new one if you have multiple days you are booking.

2. Headcount can be approximate. Please include children and adults in your headcount. Please do not include pass holders in your headcount for a ticket.

3. On the ticket page, choose the correct grade level (to the left of your screen) to receive the correct chaperone ratio.

4. On the ticket page, when on the calendar section, the number of tickets available will appear in the top right corner for each particular day. Tickets available include children and adults. If you have more people than tickets available, please choose another day.

5. Anyone that is ordering lunch, even pass holders and adults that receive free chaperone tickets, do need to pay for a lunch IF they are ordering one. Free chaperone tickets and pass holders are for admission only.

Boxed lunch orders must be received 5 business days prior to your field trip arrival. Groups will be responsible for all boxed lunches that were confirmed at that time.

6. Payment does not need to be paid at the time of registration. Choose the pay upon arrival option if you would like one person to pay for your entire trip on the day of your visit.

7. The prices of adult and children’s tickets are different.

8. You will receive a confirmation number and confirmation letter via email when your trip is confirmed. If you do not, please contact FieldTrips@ZooTampa.org right away.

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“Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. It is a tradition of giving and sharing that is primary to the quality of life. To assure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the not-for-profit organizations and causes that they are asked to support, we declare that all donors have these rights:

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