Star Eco Station Coupons and Deals
Science is more than just a class you had to take in high school; it's also what the people who taught those classes do in their free time. Enrich yourself with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $6 for two general-admission tour tickets (up to a $12 value) $27 for a one-year family membership (a $55 value) During guided tours, guests view and learn about exotic rescued wildlife such as fish, tortoises, and birds. Children and seniors over the age of 65 are admitted for $5; children under the age of 2 are admitted for free. Family memberships are for ...
Listen closely. If you follow the sound of the wild in Rocklin, you'll find yourself at STAR Eco Station, an environmental science museum and wildlife rescue center: • $27 (regularly $55) for a wildlife membership for four people Family membership includes free station admission for an entire year, 50% off special-events admission, and 10% off purchases in the gift shop. • $6 (regularly $12) for two tour tickets These hour-long guided tours of the station are available Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m. You'll see all the resident wildlife: tropical fish, parrots, pythons, and more. Want more? Check out STAR Eco Station on Facebook.
The Fine Print
Limit 4 offers per person; 4 additional as gifts. You may purchase up to 4 offers per transaction. Tours subject to availability. Open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Summer and holiday hours may vary; please check the website.
No matter what style learner you are, unforgettable lessons await at STAR Eco Station. An internationally award-winning children’s museum and exotic wildlife rescue center, this Rocklin facility brings visitors up close to rare animals. Pet a tortoise, meet a python, or hold other rare animals during a one-hour guided tour of their tropical exhibits. An expert staff member (aural learners, perk up) will explain the habits and history of hundreds of animals. Plus, hands-on ecology-themed museum exhibits teach tactile learners kid-friendly environmental lessons.
Why You Should Go: Have you ever wondered what else "Polly" wanted, other than a cracker? An abundance of greenery, a comfy perch, and lots of attention is the answer. Learn this and more at STAR Eco Station, a exotic wildlife rescue home for birds, fish, reptiles, wildcats, and more: $8 for two tickets to the public tour ($16 value) $75 for a private tour for up to 20 people ($100 value) Who You Will See: During tours, you'll be introduced to a host of exotic rescued wildlife housed at this environmental science museum. Throughout the interactive tour, check out talking birds, slithering snakes, grunting gators, and more, now housed in wild-life reminiscent locations. What You Should Know: For over 15 years, STAR Eco Station has been a haven for illegally trafficked and rescued exotic animals. Through innovative education and collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, STAR Eco Station provides a chance to see exotic animals animals while teaching students young and old the importance of each animal's rescue. Visit the environmental science museum, to help make sure that Polly feels great.