Meet Creatures of the Night when Palm Beach Zoo Hosts Overnights for Families, Feb 16, Mar 23

The Palm Beach Zoo is inviting families to explore the zoo at night, and camp out in the Florida Pioneer House.

The Palm Beach Zoo is inviting families to explore the zoo at night, and camp out in the Florida Pioneer House.

The Palm Beach Zoo is inviting families to explore the zoo at night, and camp out in the Florida Pioneer House.

This family-friendly overnight is available during President’s Weekend (Saturday, February 16) and Spring Break (Saturday, March 23), and takes place from 6:30 pm to 8:30 am.

You’ll get an up-close look at our animals and learn about their behavior, especially animals that are only awake at night. Your adventure will include a guided night-time tour, hands-on animal encounters, making an enrichment item for the animals to enjoy the next morning, and other wild activities. Participants will enjoy a pizza snack and continental breakfast.

This program is also available for birthday parties, scout troops, and community groups.

The program is available for children ages 6+ (one parent must attend with children).

The cost is $35 per member; $45 per non-member.

For more information, visit our website www.palmbeachzoo.org and click on the Education tab. You can also call (561) 533-0887 ext. 229 or email education@palmbeachzoo.org.

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