FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 7, 2017
“Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails” Annual Event at Sarasota Jungle Gardens
50 Percent Off All Kids Admissions
SARASOTA, FL. The Easter Bunny and his friends have been very busy getting ready for Sarasota Jungle Gardens’ annual “Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails” event. They are bringing 40,000 candy-filled Easter Eggs to Jungle Gardens for children to find in this one-of-a-kind Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 14. Another Easter gift is that all children’s admissions are half off the regular admission price for this special event!
This year’s event features Egg Hunts at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. Guest should bring their own baskets. Other exciting activities include the Bird, Reptile and Wildlife Wonder shows, a petting zoo with animals new to the Gardens, live bunny interactions and many other fun, family friendly events. Photos with the Easter Bunny and face painting are available for purchase. As always, guests will be able to enjoy up-close interactions with animals and nature, including hand-feeding free roaming flamingos.
For the Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails event, Sarasota Jungle Gardens (3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, 34232) is open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. During this one day event, admission is free for children three and under; $6.50 for children 4-16; $17.99 for adults and $16.99 for senior adults before taxes. Other offers cannot be combined. For more information visit www.sarasotajunglegardens.com or call (941)355-5305.
About Sarasota Jungle Gardens | 3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, 34232
Sarasota Jungle Gardens features 10 acres of lush tropical vegetation, winding jungle trails and entertaining, educational bird and reptile shows throughout the day. Established in 1939, Sarasota Jungle Gardens is home to more than 200 native and exotic animals, including birds of prey, many different species of parrots and macaws, free-roaming flamingos, primates, small mammals, dozens of snakes, lizards, iguanas, crocodiles and other reptiles. Many of the animals found their home at Sarasota Jungle Gardens through approved private donations or through state and federal agencies that wanted to ensure these animals would live in a safe environment and permanent, caring home.
Published on 2017-03-13 16:13:47