Zoo Atlanta to Offer Admission to Dads on Sunday
ATLANTA (AP) - Zoo Atlanta will be offering dads free admission on Sunday for Father's Day.
In addition, the home to more than 1,500 animals from around the world will be hosting its first Asian Heritage Day on Saturday. Zoo officials say Asian Heritage Day will showcase many of the animal species native to Asia, including giant pandas, Komodo dragons, Sumatran tigers and more.
Entertainment will include Kung Fu demonstrations by the Chein Hong School of Kung Fu, a Taiko drum performance by the Taiwanese School of Atlanta Drum Team and traditional Asian dance performances by the Atlanta Chinese Dance and Morning Star Dance Academy.
On Sunday, fathers will receive free admission with purchase of any regularly-priced child or adult general admission ticket.
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