Nurses' Night Off
A spectacular Nurses’ Night Off is planned for Wednesday, May 20, at the San Diego Zoo.
Ranked number two in the world by TripAdvisor, the zoo has amazing habitats for animals that make it a Southern California must-see.
Plenty to See
There's lot to see and enjoy:
- Visit a colony of koalas in the Australian Outback, giant pandas in their bamboo forest habitat and the animals that used to roam the Southern California region in the Elephant Odyssey.
- Hop on and off the Kangaroo Express Bus, or enjoy an aerial view of the park from Skyfari.
- We’ll have the entire place to ourselves to observe the animals, view the exhibits, enjoy the grounds and unwind with friends and colleagues.
Your NTI registration includes one wristband for the event. Additional wristbands for guests are $10 and are available for purchase when you register for the conference and onsite at Registration until 4 pm Wednesday, May 20th. Wristbands will not be available for purchase at the San Diego Zoo. Children 3 and younger are free.
Transportation and Dining
Shuttles will transport attendees to the zoo, providing easy access throughout the evening. Food concessions and gift shops will be open.
Advance reservations can be made for Albert’s Restaurant. Albert’s is located in the Lost Forest Zone and offers full-service dining where you can enjoy open-air deck seating overlooking a private waterfall, or inside seating in their main dining room overlooking the Treehouse gardens. Please call 619-685-3200 to reserve your table. All other restaurants are available on a walk-in basis.