Boo at the Zoo
10/30/2015, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Weekly on Sunday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
No location provided
- Tickets are required for ALL guests, including kids under 2
- You MUST bring your ticket to enter the event (tickets can be printed or shown on a smart phone)
- Tickets are transferable. You can give your tickets to someone else; you do not need to notify us.
Maximum flexibility, maximum fun!
Zoo Members: $12 | Non-members: $15
Children under age 2: Free
- Each ticket admits one person for one night of the event (any date)
Buy Any-Night Tickets
What merry adventures await you this year?
FALL FESTIVAL FIELD
Experience a fall festival like no other! Our Festival Field features carnival games, bounce houses, dance parties, carousel, corn pit and more. Don’t miss the Howl-O-Ween Hayride, which takes riders on a trip through the Zoo’s backroads to uncover magical scenes, festive friends and a stop through our famous Bubble Tunnel.
Story Tail Treat Trail
Take a walk around Zoo trail and uncover festive treats around every corner. Our candy selection is palm oil-free and includes favorites like M&M’s, Sweet Tarts, Skittles and more.
Get your picture taken with a princess, meet our talking pumpkin and enjoy animal shows and other entertainment at this special interactive area.
Designed for the super brave, spooky tales and scary surprises await. Take a Dying Traditions home tour and learn superstitions of the Victorian Age or visit the Haunted Barn and brave the zombies that have taken over.
Know Before You Go
ANIMALS YOU'LL SEE
Expect to see these animals as you stroll along the candy trails:
- Africa Field - open until 8:30 p.m.
- Shell Station- open until 7:30 p.m.
- Flamingo Lagoon- open until 8:30 p.m.
Beat the Crowds
The last weekend of Boo at the Zoo is certainly the busiest. Beat the heavy crowds and bring the family to the first weekend of Halloween festivities and take advantage of the First-Weekend Special!
Regardless of which day you come, arrive early! Gates will open at 5 p.m.
Food & Drink
There will be food and beverage available for purchase during the event, but you are welcomed to bring in outside food and drink.
THE SCARE FACTOR
After dark, these areas may be a little scary for very young
- Troll Bridge
- Vortex Valley
- Howl-O-Ween Hayride
These areas can be scary for young
- Frightful Farm
- Haunted Barn
- Dying Traditions & Superstitions Historic House tour
Adults attending Boo at the Zoo are welcome to dress for the occasion. However, Boo at the Zoo is intended to be merry, not scary. In general, we do not permit adults to wear masks or scary costumes. Due to recent events, adult clown costumes are not permitted. All other costumes are up to Zoo security's discretion.
Become a Sponsor
Interested in having your company involved with Boo at the Zoo? Email email@example.com to learn about our corporate package.