185 Park Avenue
Binghamton, NY 13903
Starts on April 1
About the Zoo:
Have a splendid family experience at Binghamton Zoo without having to outlay a lot of money! Because the zoo is more focused in imparting knowledge and entertainment, it came up with other different attractions and programs that every visitor will love. Are your kids interested in animals’ nature and behavior? Why not enroll them in some of Binghamton Zoo’s educational programs? If you don’t have the slightest idea how these programs work, here are some information that will answer your queries:
ZooSchool – This program is best for kids in pre-K through 6th grade. They will learn more about various animals through games, close encounters and activities. The sessions will be week-long and it will vary depending on your kid’s grade.
Junior Biologists – The program teaches students of grade 7th through 12th to know more about animals by delving deeper about the subject. During the summer, the kids will meet on a certain week learn and have fun!
Junior Docents – This is for teens ages 14-17 who share the same passion of taking care of animals. The program consists of studies about animals, animal care volunteering and painting and special events.
For more information about reservations and enrollment, you may call the phone number posted above this page. You can also visit this website for upcoming details about Binghamton Zoo.
Ticket Admission Price:
Child (age 3-11): $4.50
Adult (age 12-54): $7.00
Senior (age 55+): $6.00
College Students and Military (with ID): $6.00