Utica, NY- Mid-Winter School Break has arrived again and the Utica Zoo has in-person and virtual options to keep your kids active and learning!
The Zoo will be offering In-Person Guided Expeditions to different areas of the Zoo each day with each expedition led by a Utica Zoo staff member or docent. Each group will be limited to 15 people, and masks will be required for the safety of all. Expeditions begin at 11:30am daily from Monday, February 15 through Friday, February 19. Cost is $8 per child or adult for Utica Zoo members, and $16 for adults and $13 for children for not-yet-members. Pre-registration is required. More details and pre-registration info available at UticaZoo.org/midwinterbreak.
For those who are looking to experience the Zoo from the comfort of their own home can take advantage of Virtual ZooMobile programs as well. Each virtual ZooMobile includes a live, interactive presentation of three ambassador animals. A zoo educator will present each animal and answer questions from the group. Virtual ZooMobiles take place on Monday, February 15th and Tuesday, February 16 at 10am, with a Virtual Hatchlings program designed for kids aged 2-5 at 10am on Thursday, February 18. Each ZooMobile is $10/family and pre-registration is required. Full details are available at UticaZoo.org/midwinterbreak
Utica Zoo Education programs are made possible by support from First Source Federal Credit Union, and in part by an unrestricted grant from the Sinnott Family Fund at Fidelity Charitable.
The Utica Zoo and Gift Shop are open daily from 10am-4pm. For more information on this or anything else Utica Zoo related, visit UticaZoo.org or follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @UticaZoo.