Free with Zoo admission | Free for members
Spring into fun at Bunnyville , presented by Meijer! At this annual, family-friendly “egg-stravanza,” you can ring in the season with fun activities sure to put a hop in your step.
What Can I Expect During Bunnyville?
- A golden egg hunt that includes exciting prizes for those that find them!
- A Connection Station for guests to be immersed in our mission
- Exciting animal engagements throughout the Zoo
- Complimentary bunny ears, courtesy of Meijer
- Live entertainment sure to make you hop and boogie
- Exclusive spring-themed photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny
- Whisker painting to get you in the springtime spirit
Guests are encouraged to bring canned goods for donation to Gleaners Community Food Bank. A portion of this weekend’s ticket sales will also go directly to Gleaners! By attending Bunnyville, you are directly supporting your local community.
What’s New at Bunnyville 2024?
- Whisker painting is back! Get in the Bunnyville spirit by having your face painted to resemble our wild, furry friends.
- Plushes are back by popular demand as the Golden egg hunt prizes! Those who redeem a golden egg will receive an animal plush made from recycled water bottles. One golden egg can be redeemed per child.
- Embark on a reading journey with the Zoo Tales Story Trail! This limited-edition installation tells the story of “A Crash in the Night” on 14 posts throughout the front of the Zoo. Trek the Trail to read, explore and be inspired as the stories of the wild come alive in this innovative collaboration between the Detroit Zoo and PBS.
Do I need tickets to attend Bunnyville ?
Bunnyville is included with your purchase of admission to the Detroit Zoo on March 29 and 30, and the event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. Regular Zoo hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bunnyville is free for members.
How Does Bunnyville Support the Detroit Zoological Society’s (DZS) Mission?
By attending events hosted by the Detroit Zoo, you are directly supporting the DZS mission of creating meaningful connections between people, animals and the natural world so all can thrive. Your event admission provides support so that DZS can continue to demonstrate extraordinary leadership in conservation, animal welfare, education and environmental sustainability.
At the Detroit Zoo, animals have the freedom to decide where they want to spend time within their habitats — whether indoors, outdoors or in hidden areas. Although habitats will be open during your visit, some animals may choose to stay out of sight. Thank you for understanding and supporting our commitment to providing the highest level of care for the animals at the Zoo.