The Oregon Zoo is the largest environmental education organization in Oregon, dedicated to inspiring the region to create a better future for wildlife. Programs are offered to teachers both at the zoo and in the classroom.
Note: Beginning July 1, field trip admissions will be issued on one ticket instead of individually. Any unused admissions from the day of your field trip will be held as a credit on that ticket, valid for one year. This will greatly streamline zoo entry for you and your students.
Admission prices are $4 per person, year-round.
Refunds on school group tickets are not be available. Please only purchase the minimum number of admissions needed for your group. If you require additional tickets, you may purchase them at the school group rate on the day of your visit.
Membership benefits may not be used on school group entry. A minimum number (ratio of adults to youth) of adult chaperone admissions must be purchased with the student admissions. Parents wishing to use their membership benefits must enter the zoo separately from the school group and obtain membership tickets at the ticket booth.
Bring your class to the zoo and expose students to one of Oregon's most vivid learning experiences.
Answer questions about lunches, tickets, chaperones, buses, parking and more.
Programs at the zoo
Themed animal presentations delivered at the zoo in connection with a self-guided field trip.
An overnight experience for groups, ages 6 to adult.
Use the Zoo's animal collection to teach your high school and college students how to conduct research.
Programs in your classroom
Themed animal presentations delivered in your classroom.
Designed for larger groups, these live animal assembly shows are presented in the gym or cafeteria of your school.
Enrich your art class or story time by scheduling a live animal visit in your classroom.