School admission rates are given specifically to groups when student admission is being paid for by the school. Reservations are required in advance. One person must pay for the entire group to receive the school discount. One adult per 10 students is required. To make a reservation, email classes@OmahaZoo.com.
School Group Admission Fees
Memberships are not permitted for school programs or admission. Prices are subject to change.
With the Wildlife Safari Park at your fingertips, you can enhance the learning opportunities available to your students. Contact the Education Department at (402) 738-2092 or classes@OmahaZoo.com for more information.
Enhance your school field trip with one of our knowledgable guides aboard your school bus. Our guide will share how Wildlife Safari Park's animals, natives of Nebraska, rely on the prairie and how the prairies rely on them, too. Package includes one hour Step-On Tour and admission to the park for the day.
Length: One hour
Cost: $50 per bus plus $3 per student (chaperones are free and cost include park entrance)
Contact the Education Department at (402) 738-2092 to set up a reservation.
Expand your students’ problem solving and critical thinking skills through hands-on activities.
Contact the Education Department at (402) 738-2092 or classes@OmahaZoo.com for more information or to schedule a session.
Wildlife Safari Park provides high quality professional development opportunities for both formal and informal educators. Our aim is to develop a community of educators dedicated to professional growth in STEM and wildlife conservation. We believe that science is learned through authentic experiences and real-world applications. All professional development opportunities are aligned to the new Nebraska College and Career Ready Standards for Science and Next Generation Science Standards.
Join our Educator VIP list to find out about special education events and professional development workshops in advance. Email educate@OmahaZoo.com with the subject of Educator VIP.
Could you tell if a creek or pond is clean just by looking at it? Smelling it? Do those creepy-looking bugs swimming on the surface indicate pollution? Turns out, it’s not always so easy to determine whether water is clean or polluted. But in any case, healthy humans depend on healthy water. This “boots-in-the-creek” workshop will leave you with newfound skills as creek conservationist and resources to pass those same skills on to your students. This workshop is held at Wildlife Safari Park, near Ashland, NE (I-80, Exit 426). To register for this workshop, click here.
Saturday, September 22nd
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.