Spring Zoo Classes

(February - May)

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Zoo Pass members benefit from early registration and receive discounts on Zoo Classes.

Become a Zoo Pass member today!

“Our 7 year old has been attending camps since she was two and has loved every minute of it! We are excited that our other children are old enough for camp and are looking forward to bringing them also.”
Jessica & Paul M.

Throughout the year, the Zoological Society of Milwaukee's Conservation Education staff, with assistance from Zoo Pride volunteers, provides enriching animal science classes for children ages birth through 14. Classes include animal information, hands-on learning and Zoo tours. Zoological Society members receive priority registration and fee discounts.

Registration Instructions

Class Listing & Availability

Online Registration

Thinking about trying a class?

Click on the thumbnails below to watch brief videos and learn about our programs. Many programs for children ages 2-5 are "child + adult" experiences – to be enjoyed together.

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Online Registration Begins Nov. 6, 2014.

As usual, Zoological Society members registering online get priority over later mail and phone registrants.

Member Online Registration - Follow the Steps Below:

  1. Anytime between now and 4 p.m. on November 6 – Go to online registration. Log in and create OR update your Education Account. (Updates must be made before registrations can be finalized).
  2. At 5 p.m. on Nov. 6 registration will be open for all Zoological Society members. Our registration system will walk you through the process.

Mail-in Registrations:

  1. Go to our Spring Zoo Classes webpage for class availability, and download a mail-in registration form. Forms will be processed by lottery beginning Nov. 11.
  2. Mail completed registration form and payment to:
    Conservation Education
    10005 W. Bluemound Rd.
    Milwaukee, WI 53226-4383

Non-member & Phone Registration: Nov. 13 at 9 a.m.

Non-members may register online or by phone starting at 9 a.m. on Nov. 13. Call Conservation Education at (414) 258-5058.

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