Docent-led tours are available to GLAZA members only and are free for everyone eligible on your membership. Please make reservations at least two weeks in advance. Meet in front of Reggie’s Bistro at 10:30 a.m., unless stated otherwise.
September 7 & 8
All the World’s a Stage
Every animal fills a specific role in a particular ecosystem. To adapt to those conditions, animals develop coping mechanisms and takes on a specific role in its ecosystem. Find out what motivates adaptations and how they play out in nature.
October 5 & 13
Fangs a Lot!
When you think of fangs, vampire bats and snakes probably come to mind—but monkeys and some deer? For some information you can sink your teeth into, join us for a tour with some bite!
Twilight at the Zoo (Upper-Level Members Only)
During this special twilight walking tour, led by docents, you will meet and learn about whichever of our engaging animal residents are out and on view. Then head to Reggie’s Bistro and enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres plus the opportunity to cultivate your green thumb and make a succulent planter to take home. This event is open to Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association members at the Contributing, Wildlife, and Conservation Circles only. To upgrade your GLAZA membership and join us for this enchanting evening, please phone 323/644-4244.
Cocktails with the Curator
Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association members at the Wildlife Circle ($500) and Conservation Circle ($1,000) levels, watch your mailbox for an invitation with details. To upgrade your support and enjoy this exclusive event, phone 323/644-4244.
Boo at the L.A. Zoo Upper-Level Members Preview
Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association members at the Family Deluxe level and above have the opportunity to experience the fun of trick-or-treating at Boo at the L.A. Zoo before the Zoo opens to the public. Guest passes will not be honored at this event. To RSVP for this morning event, phone 323/644-4770 or to upgrade your support in order to attend, phone 323/644-4244.
Behind the Scenes Tours
Weekends Get a fun, informative, insider’s view at how we care for Zoo residents, and how this very important work helps us save animal species here at home and around the world.
Zoo Camp: Safari Days
September 30 No school and not sure what to do? Grab your backpack, lunch, and safari gear and join us at the Zoo for a fun-filled day of adventure. All Safari Day dates correspond to certain LAUSD unassigned days and/or holidays.