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

ZooSquad (fun and educational activities for children in 1st-3rd grade): Tuesday 3:30pm

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:

Photo Contest at The Texas Zoo: January 1st - June 30th

Do you love photography and animals? Then bring your favorite camera and equipment to capture the spirit of our animals here at the Zoo with your best picture. The photographs will be judged to see who will make it on our 2016 Texas Zoo calendar! To compete in the Photo Contest, you must be 13 years or older. Fill out an entry form and remember each photo submission is only $5! The photos must be taken at the Zoo in 2015 so plan your trip to the Zoo before June 30th to submit your photos!  

Entry Form: THE TEXAS ZOO 2015 PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

 

 Flood Relief Benefit Concert: June 26th  7pm-11pm 

Admission: Pay what you can

The month of May was a tough one for The Texas Zoo! For most of the month, typically one of our busiest, we were forced closed by rising water of the Guadalupe. To help recoup our lost revenue we will be hosting a benefit concert with music by Clay Crockett and The Shotgun Riders. The evening will also hold a raffle and a few other ways to help the cause! Food and drink will be available for purchase.


$3 Days: July 8th & August 5th  

Admission for general public is lowered to just $3 per person.

Native American Cultural Event: August 15th 9am-4pm

Passholders:Free  $10 General Public

We will be having our Native American Cultural Event that will include authentic Native American musicians, dancers, vendors, artisans, as well as crafts, and storytellers! This is a great introduction to the Native American Culture. There are also Boyscout merit badge opportunities.