NC Zoo The World’s Largest Natural Habitat Zoo
The North Carolina Zoo, located in the heart of the state, is perfectly situated for an outdoor field trip for your students. The Zoo serves up a variety of fun, educational programs for school groups at all grade levels.
The Zoo is the world’s largest natural habitat zoo, sitting on 2,600 total acres. Students will learn about animals from all over the world as well as local, native species they can find in their backyards.
Elephants, rhinos, giraffes, gorillas, chimps and exotic, tropical birds are just some of the animals in the African region. Grizzly bears, American red wolves, and otters are just a few of the animals representing our continent of North America. While in North
America, travel due north and experience animals such as polar bears, Arctic foxes and puffins that call the Arctic Circle home.
The Zoo offers convenient parking for buses, discounted group ticket rates, free picnic areas outside of the Zoo’s entrance, catering options, free tram service and well as lots of fun!
A trip to the Zoo teaches student about animals, wildlife and what they can do to help preserve the planet’s natural resources. Plan your field trip visit to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, visit www.nczoo.org.