ZooTampa, one of the most delightful spots to spend the day in the entire city, just got even cooler (literally) because it is home to the first Wendy’s Frosty Cart. That’s right, the iconic dessert that this blogger uses to dip fries in now has a cart at the resplendent escape.
The baby blue dessert wagon is our childhood dream come true.
“Have you ever wanted to add Lucky Charms™ marshmallows or Oreo™ cookie pieces to your Wendy’s Frosty?” wrote ZooTampa officials on Facebook. “Well, now you can! Wendy’s first Frosty Cart is open for business at our Wallaroo Station. It features classic chocolate and vanilla Frosty treats, Frosty Fusions, and a Build Your Own Frosty Sundae option.”
ZooTampa announces breakfast in the wild
Need more reason to visit ZooTampa?
On Saturday, July 17, guests can enjoy a breakfast encounter with Indian Rhinos. Enjoy pancakes with Nutella® while participating in a fruit carving class led by ZooTampa’s very own Chef Adrian. The final creation will be turned into an enriching snack for the rhinos to enjoy throughout the day. Those interested can register for the event online.
The following month, on August 14, ZooTampa will offer a similar program with African elephants.
On Saturday, July 17, a special comedy for conservation will take place at ZooTampa.
This new event series features nationally renowned comedians, up-close animal experiences, delicious food and drinks, and more! Plus, guests will have the chance to participate in interactive fundraising games for unique prizes including exclusive behind-the-scenes tours and custom animal artwork.
Enjoy fitness classes inside the stunning facility
Fitness in the Wild events are also planned during the summer months.
ZooTampa, 1101 W Sligh Avenue
ZooTampa at Lowry Park is operated by the Lowry Park Zoological Society, an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to excellence in conservation, education, recreation and research. The Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and is featured among the “Top 25 Zoos in the U.S” by TripAdvisor.
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