Free with Zoo admission | Free for members
Hop on over to Bunnyville , the Detroit Zoo’s springtime celebration, presented by Meijer!
What Can I Expect During Bunnyville?
- A golden egg hunt
- “Ed-zoo-cation” stations
- Habitat chats
- Complimentary bunny ears
- Live entertainment
- Exclusive photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny
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 2023?
- Whisker painting is back! Get in the Bunnyville spirit by having your face painted to resemble our wild, furry friends.
- This year, Bunnyville guests will also enjoy inflatable games and obstacle courses.
- Ring in spring with new golden egg hunt prizes! Those who redeem a golden egg will receive an animal plush and biodegradable pot with native seeds to support your local pollinators. One golden egg can be redeemed per child.
Prize eggs will be hidden in areas with public access. One egg may be redeemed per family. Guests may not cross fences, barriers or employee-only access areas to search for eggs. Guests who violate this rule will be escorted from the Zoo.
Do I need to purchase Bunnyville Tickets?
Bunnyville is included with your purchase of admission to the Detroit Zoo on April 7 and 8, and the event will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. Regular Zoo hours are 9 a.m. to 5 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.