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Solve a ZOOdunnit during February break at the Franklin Park Zoo!

February 17 @ 10:00 am - February 23 @ 2:00 pm

$10.95 – $16.95

Brush off your detective hat and magnifying glass and head over to Franklin Park Zoo during February school vacation week! Visit Detective Headquarters in the Tropical Forest, where you’ll make your trusty clue notebook, receive your mission for the day, and learn about the suspected animal culprits. Along to help you crack the puzzle is Maxine, the two-toed sleuth. Don’t be deceived by the slow reputation – Maxine is quite the quick-witted sloth, and ready to get to the bottom of this case as swiftly as possible.

For all the help, Maxine has posted a reward for this case: a behind-the-scenes experience with the sloth family at Stone Zoo! After completing the ZOOdunnit, be sure to enter to win this unique, up-close opportunity. Five winners will be chosen at random and contacted on February 25. Can you solve this ZOOdunnit and find out who’s been causing some mischief?                       

Monday, February 17: solve a special birthday edition of the ZOOdunnit as we celebrate Little Joe the gorilla’s 27th birthday! Festivities include cake for our guests, enrichment treats for the gorillas, crafts, and more.

Details

Start:
February 17 @ 10:00 am
End:
February 23 @ 2:00 pm
Cost:
$10.95 – $16.95
Event Category:
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Website:
https://www.zoonewengland.org/engage/zoodunnit-february-school-vacation-mystery-week/

Venue

Franklin Park Zoo
1 Franklin Park Road
Boston, 02121
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Phone:
617-541-5466
Website:
http://www.zoonewengland.org/

Other

Organizer status (we charge $5 for for-profit listings)
None
Email (will not be used for public posting)
sgiang@marlomarketing.com

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