Camp Cowabunga Now Open!
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Here at the Topeka Zoo, we celebrate #GivingZOOday. This zoo wide holiday is about the impact zoos and aquariums have on their communities by engaging visitors to be stewards of the environment and save species from extinction. It’s also about how these institutions give back by mentoring their staff and volunteers to support a wide range of causes.
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Registration is now OPEN for Winter Camp! These camps are geared for children 6-12 and feature live animals, behinds the scenes tours, games, and more! Each day has a different theme and you can register for as many as you like. Learn more and sign up today!
Tiger and Giraffe Cams
Thanks to KTWU, enjoy live cameras of our Sumatran Tigers and Giraffes!
Events for November 21, 2018
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This program is designed to provide an up close and personal encounter with science concepts, vocabulary, and interactions with the zoo. The first hour will feature a live animal encounter and the second hour will be highlighted by an activity (craft, game, scavenger hunt, etc.). $5/child ages 3+. Registration is not required. Requires paid zoo…Find out more »
Become a Friend Of The Zoo
Support Topeka Zoo’s conservation mission and receive:
Topeka Zoo’s number one priority is animal care. From the moment they're born to the specialized geriatric care, we seek to provide the best life possible for the animals that we care for.
Topeka Zoo is a treasure that is made successful by our many partnerships throughout the community.
Topeka Zoo works with zoos globally to support research and provide data for conservation efforts. Topeka Zoo is renowned for its care of aging animals.
Topeka Zoo provides opportunities for citizens to become involved in conservation efforts.