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Is this event included in my registration?
Yes! Your entrance to the zoo, food & drinks, and transportation are included in your registration fees.
Can I bring additional guests?
Additional guests are welcome! Please email Lainie Franklin at email@example.com right away to add a guest to your registration. Adults are $60, children 12 and under are $25.
Transportation to and from the Denver Zoo
Buses from the Grand Hyatt will be available outside of the hotel lobby from 5:00pm - 6:00pm, with the event starting promptly at 6:00pm. Early bus return to the hotel is available starting at 8:00pm.
How should I dress?
Casual attire is suggested. The majority of the event is outdoors, so bring appropriate outerwear.
Can we visit the Denver Zoo gift shop?
Yes! The gift shop will be available until 7:00pm. Denver Zoo’s has multiple gift outlets open onsite, including Kibongi Market and Safari Outfitters. Guests can also purchase anytime from the online gift shop and have purchases shipped.
What is the sanitation and disinfection procedure at the zoo?
The Denver Zoo has iHigh-touch surfaces, including restrooms, which are disinfected frequently. Some high-touch surfaces, like restaurant tables and chairs, are cleaned immediately after use.
When the zoo is open to the public, public restrooms are closed and cleaned and disinfected frequently. The area is thoroughly cleaned with disinfectant cleaner; high touchpoints are additionally disinfected with an electrostatic sprayer. Public restrooms are also thoroughly disinfected each evening.