Great Plains Zoo Breakfast with Santa a Real Holiday Treat
The Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History is a wonderful place to explore year-round. President and CEO of the zoo, Elizabeth Whealy, reminds us that, "No matter the season, the Great Plains Zoo is a source of family fun and connections to the natural world. The Zoo is open 361 days a year, and the winter months are a great time to explore the seasonal beauty of the Zoo and to visit our cool weather-loving creatures, like Reindeer and Snow Monkeys."
Another cool weather-loving creature lands at the zoo on Saturday, December 7, and your kids would love to spend some time with him, I'm sure! The Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum is hosting its annual "Breakfast with Santa" event from 9 AM to 1 PM. Admission is free with zoo membership or with paid admission.
The Delbridge Museum has been turned into a winter wonderland, where children will get to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus, have a sweet breakfast treat, listen to holiday music, see more than 25 beautifully decorated Christmas trees, and do a fun craft project.
You and your children will also get to enjoy up-close animal encounters with winter-themed zookeeper chats with Snow Monkeys, Amur Tigers and Brown Bears out on the zoo grounds.