Each day brings new discoveries as youngsters have the time of their lives going ape over the Zoo's hundreds of amazing animals.
Through fun, safe, engaging activities, your campers will trail blaze through the week. This adventure is one that your child will never forget!
June 17 through August 9, 2013
9am - 3pm
Roaring Nights in July
This July, the Los Angeles Zoo will welcome a new kind of wildlife with its Roaring Nights nighttime series. In addition to the rare treat of exploring the Zoo after-hours, Roaring Nights will feature live music from up-and-coming local bands, such as So Many Wizards and CHIEF, a dance party with DJ Morning Star at the Zoo's carousel, and standup comedians holding court at the petting zoo.
Food truck favorites, including Grilled Cheese Truck, Coolhaus, Komodo Truck, and Crepe'n Around, will also be on hand, along with full bar service. Experience nature in a completely new way, with live animal encounters and pop-up zookeeper talks throughout the evening.
Come for the party, stay for the fun, and discover L.A.'s best summer wildlife. All events are 18 and up. Admission is $15 for Zoo members; $18 for non-members. Tickets will be available at the gate each event night.
July 11, 18, and 25
7 - 10pm
Brew at the L.A. Zoo
Spend an evening sampling beer from local craft and microbreweries in the beautiful Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Enjoy live local entertainment and delicious pub-style food while visiting many of the Zoo’s animal residents. Tickets cost $45 general admission presale; $50 at the door (subject to availability); $40 for GLAZA members. In order to receive member discount, tickets must be purchased in person on site at Guest Relations with a current membership card and a valid ID. Designated drivers pay $25.
You must be at least 21 years of age to attend this event.
Please click here to purchase tickets online. Tickets can also be bought at the Zoo's entrance.
August 9, 2013
6 - 10pm
Visit the LAIR!
The LAIR (Living Amphibians, Invertebrates, and Reptiles)
The LAIR houses over 60 species from around the globe. Additionally, this new structure provides a vital establishment for the Zoo’s reptile and amphibian focused conservation initiatives.
There are six visually stunning exhibit areas in the LAIR that include habitats for various unique and endangered amphibian, invertebrate and reptilian species.