The Texas Zoo
The Texas Zoo
Events and News

Events and News


Regularly Scheduled Events: 

Keeper Chats:  Daily 11am 

Zoowise:  Daily 2pm 

ZoosDays (fun and educational activities for preschool age children):  Tuesday 10am

Gator Feeding & Program:  Wednesday & Saturday 12pm

Lion Training:  Thursday & Sunday 12pm

Animals LIVE!: Saturday & Sunday 1pm

Own Your Fear: Fridays 11:30am

Primate Encounter:  Saturdays 3:30pm (not included with admission)      


Up Coming Events:

Wild World of Animals with Grant Kemmerer
May 7th-15th 9am-4pm 
Program Times: 10:30am/12:30pm/2:30pm 
Admission: $13 General Public/ $6.50 Passholders

The Texas Zoo is bringing Wild World of Animals Traveling Exhibit to town May 7th-15th! Along with admission to the Zoo you will gain access to one of their educational, interactive, and entertaining programs! Each day will feature (3) 45 Minute shows starring owner Grant Kemmerer, staff, and some of their amazing and unique animals. You might have seen Grant and his animals on many popular television programs such as Good Morning America, The Meredith Vieira Show, and Late Night w/ David Letterman. Don’t miss out on the fun! Schools interested in making it to the event should contact for special field trip pricing and mandatory preregistration.


The Texas Zoo presents Tropical Costa Rica

Tropical Costa Rica
with Optional 3-Night Jungle
Adventure Post Tour Extension
June 18 - 26, 2016

Lush Forests and stunning waterfalls...rumbling volcanoes and endless coastlines...Costa Rica is a paradise teeming with exotic plants and incredible animals. Explore part of the 20,000 acre nature preserve of Cano Negro on a river boat adventure. Spend two nights in Monteverde's fascinating cloud forest. Experience the forest canopy on hanging bridges. Explore San Jose's Plaza de Cultura and the magnificent National Theatre. Relax in the mineral rich waters of a hot springs with views of Arenal Volcano. Luxuriate at a beach and golf resort for two nights in Tamarindo Beach, known for its breathtaking beauty and fine sand beaches.

For more information contact
Nathan Jones
The Texas Zoo