The National Zoo’s Easter & Earth Day Celebration

by Nikki Doyle | April 1, 2019 3:00 pm

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Bunnies may be the official animal of Easter, but the Smithsonian National Zoo has lots of other furry friends, and they’re inviting families to join them for the zoo’s annual Easter Monday and Earth Day celebration on April 22, 2019!

Families are invited to enjoy egg hunts, live music, food trucks, and games while learning how they can help save the planet. This free event includes special demonstrations and keeper talks, as well as meet and greets with Smithsonian scientists and partners saving species at the Zoo and around the world.

What: The National Zoo’s Easter & Earth Day Celebration
When: April 22, 2019; find the time(s) here[2]
Where: The National Zoo, 3001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008
Event Details: Find them here[2]

Operated by the Smithsonian, the National Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. Open 364-days of the year (closed only on Christmas), offer guests free admission. A wide variety of species call this 163-acre park home — the Great Ape House, Reptile Discovery Center, and Giant Panda Habitat are visitor-loved attractions! Plus, the Zoo also offers seasonal celebrations and special events, too. Click here[3] to explore all they have to offer!

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