Discover

There's so much to discover inside The Greenville Zoo.

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    School Programs

    Hands-on, engaging and accredited - it's all here at the Zoo. Our school programs are tailored for students from K4 through high school. Program Details
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    Zoo Tots

    Zoo Tots classes are designed to help children (2-4) explore and engage with the natural world. Register for Zoo Tots
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    Unique Experiences

    Looking for more on your zoo visit? Enjoy one of these activities to make your zoo experience even more special! Additional Info...
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    Zoo Camp

    Summers are wild at the Greenville Zoo! The Zoo offers summer adventure camps for kids ages 3 to 14. Summer Camp Info
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    Zoomobile

    The Greenville Zoo has wheels. Find out how you can have our Zoomobile brought to your school or event. Book the Zoomobile
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    Saturday Safari

    Classes are designed to help children (ages 4-6) discover the fascinating world of animals. Register for Saturday Safari
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    Free Zoo Programs

    The zoo offers free programming each week. Note: Participants must purchase zoo admission. More about free programming
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    Distance Learning

    Visit the zoo without ever leaving your classroom! The Zoo broadcasts videoconferencing programs directly from our classroom to yours. Program Details
  2. Zoo Overnights

    ZOO OVERNIGHTS

    Are you ready for the roars and snores of the Greenville Zoo after dark? Experience the entire zoo with a private after hours experience that you will never forget! Overnight details
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    Homeschool Programs

    Work with the zoo staff to tailor the perfect homeschool program for your group. Or take part in one of our regular homeschool days! Guide for Homeschoolers