Throughout the weekend, enjoy hands-on activities from the Japan-American Society of Georgia and Alif Institute.
Zoo Atlanta opened in 1889 and it’s the city’s oldest cultural institution. Aside from Wild World Weekend, which serves as a fun and educational event, there are other opportunities to learn.
Twilight Tots allows young children to explore the zoo through sing-alongs and animal stories. Survival Safari uses scavenger hunts and activities to see if guests can become animal care specialists. Wild Encounters allows attendees to step behind the scenes to see and feed lemurs, pandas, elephants and a tortoise.
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Saturday, July 31-Sunday, Aug. 1
Zoo Atlanta: 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta
Cost: Free for members; included with general admission