Tampa’s Wildest Night Returns to ZooTampa!
ZooTampa’s Zoo Brews returns with an ALL-INCLUSIVE night filled with up-close wildlife, endless food, unlimited drinks, live music, games, and more! Plus, you’ll get access to DINOS ALIVE! included with your ticket!Tampa Bay’s Wildest Night Returns: ZooTampa’s Zoo Brews on March 7th, 2020 at 7 p.m.-11 p.m. (Guest must be 21 years of age or older to attend.)
Help Support ZooTampa’s Mission
The best part of the ZooTampa’s Zoo Brews is that the the proceeds of this event support our conservation, animal care, and community educational programs. New for VIP Guests Tickets Available to Zoo Brews Tampa! New this year! The VIP ticket offers access to the event an hour early starting at 6 PM, an exclusive sneak-peek at DINOS ALIVE!, a special pre-party at Roaring Springs, and access to the VIP lounge all night. General Admission $80 • VIP $125, Non-Members General Admission $90 • VIP $125 For ticket details click here.
A Great Place to Visit ZooTampa:
Five-time winner of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence (2010-2015), ZooTampa at Lowry Park is one of the most popular zoos in the southeastern US, with over 1 million visitors annually. The Zoo originated in the 1930’s as a municipal department with a small number of Florida native species. It grew gradually throughout the n16ext four decades, but struggled to meet the developing professional standards of modern zoos. In 1982, community leaders created the Lowry Park Zoo Association to take over management of the Zoo for the City of Tampa with the goal of creating a world-class zoo through a public-private partnership.
The Association then became the Lowry Park Zoological Society of Tampa, Inc., as it remains today. Working with a national zoo designer, the Society was able to create a modern, 24-acre facility that opened to the public in 1988 and shortly after earned Accreditation by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). ZooTampa has now grown to what now encompasses 56 acres of naturalistic animal exhibits in a lush, tropical garden setting. The Zoo offers popular educational programming, fun recreational amenities, up-close animal encounters and engaging seasonal events for which it has won accolades as one of the country’s most family-friendly zoos.
ZooTampa’s WILDLIFE HABITATS:
The Zoo emphasizes endangered, threatened and vulnerable species from climates similar to that of the Tampa Bay region, with park areas devoted to Asia, Africa, Australia and Florida. Our animal habitats balance support for the maximum well-being of the animals with the importance of engaging our guests and inspiring them to protect and preserve wildlife. Random animal encounters, behind-the-scene tours, and other special personalized experiences expand the Zoo’s opportunities to provide unforgettable natural connections.
ZooTampa’s CONSERVATION & ANIMAL CARE:
The Zoo now cares for more than 1,300 animals. The Zoo participates in nearly 100 of AZA’s networks for managing endangered and threatened species, and has won numerous awards for its animal conservation and management programs. The State of Florida formally recognized the Zoo in 2004 as a center for biodiversity and conservation. It exhibits the most comprehensive species of endangered Florida wildlife anywhere. This is best reflected in the work we do . For another fun thing to do at ZooTampa check out their yoga classes here. If you enjoy seeing the animals being preserved, you may want to check out the Clearwater Marine Aquarium here.