Spring Theme: Sensational Seasons!

Saturday, April 27, 2013
For families with children in grades 1 - 6
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Make a Memory

ZooQuest is a challenging quest-based program, taking place on Saint Louis Zoo grounds. Part trivia challenge and part scavenger-hunt, it guarantees your family team will never look at the Saint Louis Zoo the same way again. You’ll notice signs you usually walk right past, colors that aren’t usually noticed, and details that make the Zoo unique. For example, do you know how many animals on the Conservation Carousel have purple saddles? Family ZooQuest has “easier” to solve parts for the children, with harder challenges for adults, but you’ll have to work together to complete your quests! Using observation and time-management skills to solve the puzzle-based quests, it’s sure to be a day of education and fun!

ZooQuest – Sensational Seasons!

Put your Zoo knowledge to the test with ZooQuest! In this adventure-based family program you will traverse the Zoo, solving puzzles and learning intriguing new twists. This competitive program will enhance your family’s team building skills and allow you to see and experience the Zoo in a new way! Our theme this spring is sensational seasons. So, grab your clipboard and pencils, and get ready to make a family memory while you learn how the Zoo changes during the spring, summer, fall and winter.

Teams

ZooQuest teams must consist of at least one, but no more than two adults, and at least one, but no more than three children (minimum of two and maximum of five per team). Children must be in 1st through 6th grade.

More information about Family ZooQuest

Rules and Regulations

Each team is strongly encouraged to bring its own clipboards and pencils.

Fees

$45 per team for Zoo Members
$50 per team for General Public

Registration

Register by Monday, April 15, 2013.

To register you may print and mail a ZooQuest for Families Registration Form or for online registration, click here. For registration information contact the Education Department at (314) 646-4544.