Private Under the Sea-lion Overnights
For families and organized groups with participants ages 5 and up
Join us for this amazing opportunity to sleep inside the Sea Lion Sound tunnel! We will explore some of our marine and freshwater life at the Zoo by visiting Chain of Lakes and the Herpetarium. We will end the night by laying out sleeping bags inside the tunnel. You will awake under the sea and, hopefully, under a sea lion!
Limited to 16 to 18 people in the sea lion tunnel. Maximum of 24 people (some will sleep in the cave area or by the sea lion windows).
Instructors: Zoo Staff
Please contact Bridget Ebert, Overnight Programs Coordinator or other overnight staff at (314) 646-4614 or email@example.com for more information.
Do You Have a Mixed Age Group of Scouts?
If you have a scout troop/pack/den that has multiple age levels and our Snooze at the Zoo programs do not match your needs, you can schedule your own private scout overnight. When you schedule your own overnight we use the themes which we are currently offering but tailor them to match your needs. These overnights cost $40 per person and we require a minimum of 30 participants (this total includes scouts and adults) and a maximum of 60 participants.
Please contact Bridget Ebert, Overnight Programs Coordinator at (314) 646-4614 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Girl Scout Cadette After School Badge Program
Do you want an exciting after school activity for your Girl Scout Cadette troop? Come to the Zoo for an after school Cadette badge program. Each program includes a live animal presentation as well as other fun activities that are designed to help you meet the criteria for your badge. *Note: This program does not complete the badge.
Animal Helpers Badge
Zoos are a great place to see animals in a natural environment, but did you know Zoo animals can also help people? In this afterschool program, we will explore the connection between animals and humans. We will look at how that connection has developed and changed in a Zoo setting and what the future may hold for animals and humans. (This class will complete #1 Explore the connection between humans and animals, #3 Know how animals help people emotionally, and #5 Look at how animals might help us in the future.)
Who registers: Girl Scout Cadette Troops (max. 30 girls and adults)
Times: Classes are offered on weekdays from September to May
Fee: 60 minute program is $100
For registration information, please call (314) 646-4544, #6.
The Zoo's Education Department offers tours seven days a week from September through May, unless otherwise noted. Tours are offered at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.
See Educational Tours for details and registration information.
This 45-minute program explores Missouri wildlife through classroom presentation and contact with live animals. Classes available year round. Click on link above for more details.