Festive Fun is Back!
- Plenty of magical lit scenes and picture-perfect pumpkin patches
- Enchanting giant hay creatures and Gourdon the Talking Pumpkin
- Monster Mash dance area and Scary-Go-Round carousel
- Special animal shows nightly
- 10 trick-or-treat stations + a glow-in-the-dark souvenir cup for kids
What to Expect
Walk-through experience with nightly capacity limits. Masks are required indoors and strongly encouraged outdoors. Requirements set forth by the city at the time of the event will be enforced.
- Fridays - Sundays | $20 for everyone ages 2+
- Tuesdays - Thursdays | $18 for everyone ages 2+
- Children under age 2 are always free
Advance purchase strongly recommended for Friday-Sunday!
Members save $4 per ticket!
Please note, tickets are required for ALL guests including kids under 2, valid for selected night only. Tickets can be transferred person-to-person. While the event will take place rain or shine, in the event of rain, you can change your ticket to another night based on availability (request a date change via our contact form). Tickets include the carousel, but the zip line is an additional fee. No refunds.
Know Before You Go
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Most animals go to bed early, but a few favorites like to stay up late. You can see bears and tigers until 7:30 and flamingos until 8:30 pm.
Kids can expect to visit 10 treat stations, collecting 2 pieces of candy at each. We strongly recommend bringing your own trick or treat container as only a limited supply of bags will be available while supplies last. Please note, trick-or-treating is intended for children only.
With the reduced capacity, we expect Thursday-Sunday to sell out fast. Tuesdays and Wednesdays will likely be the least crowded nights.
Boo at the Zoo is rain or shine. In the event of rain, some activities may be delayed or canceled.
There will be food and beverages available for purchase, but you are welcome to bring in outside food and drink.
The event is geared for children ages 2 to 10 years old, but after dark, some areas may be scary for young children. We are not hosting the “Haunted Farm” this year so there are no intentionally scary areas of the event.
Adults are welcome to dress for the occasion but should avoid masks and scary costumes. Costumes are up to Zoo security's discretion.
Please note, the requirement of face masks that cover the nose and mouth will be dictated by city mandates on the date of the event. Halloween mask cannot serve as a substitution where it does not provide mouth/nose covering.
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