Zoo Birthday Parties

 Birthday Parties at Dickerson Park Zoo
Your child can have a WILD birthday with a
Birthday in a Bag!

Package includes

  • zoo admission for 10 children and 2 adults,
  • train ride tokens for 12,
  • petting zoo and fish food for the group, and
  • one ZooKey to hear stories and songs throughout the zoo.

Pricing: ($120 value)

  • FOZ Member price – $85
  • Non-member price – $95

Additional guest passes may be purchased at our group rate discount: $6 for adults and teens, $4 for children ages 3-12.

Please note: Birthday bags are available from April through September at the Safari Trading Company gift shop at the zoo entrance.

Tickets expire Sept. 30, 2014, due to the seasonal operations of our train.

No refunds or exchanges are available for any part of the “Birthday Party in a Bag.”

Rent the playground park pavilion in front of the zoo for your birthday party! Read more about the 2014 Pavilion Rental Fees and Guidelines. Call (417) 833-1570 to reserve your date today.

Birthday Buddies
Hosted by Dickerson Park Zoo’s Conservation Education Department

Make your birthday party a “wild” experience. Schedule a private amphitheater program for your birthday party group. The program will feature at least two animals from our education program animals. Many of the animals in our collection are touchable. (Children age 5 and younger cannot touch reptiles.) Bio-facts will also be available for touch encounters.

“Birthday Buddies” opportunities are limited due to available personnel. Requests must be scheduled through the Dickerson Park Zoo Conservation Education Department. A minimum of two weeks advance notice is required for scheduling. The fee for this fun and educational 20- to 30-minute experience is $75. This offer is only available with the program voucher enclosed in the birthday party bag and must be paid in full at time of scheduling.

Funds raised through the “Birthday Buddies” program directly support the care of our conservation education program animals.

For more information, contact Pam Price, conservation education director, (417) 833-1570 or by email.