NASHVILLE, TN – Sept. 24, 2019 – Nashville’s littlest ghosts and goblins are invited to enjoy a night of delightfully frightful fun at Boo at the Zoo 5-9 p.m. Oct. 11-13, Oct. 18-20 and Oct. 24-27 at the Nashville Zoo.
Kids can come dressed in their favorite costume and enjoy carnival games, carousel rides, hayrides, shows and trick-or-treating. It’s a safe and exciting Halloween experience for kids under age 12.
Special areas throughout the event include:
The Storytail Treat Trail uncovers festive treats around every corner. The candy selection is all made with sustainable palm oil and includes favorites like M&M’s, Jolly Ranchers, Skittles and more. Please note trick-or-treating is intended for children only.
Fall Festival Field features carnival games, bounce houses, corn kernel pit and Howl-O-Ween Hayride, which takes riders on a trip through the zoo’s backroads to discover magical scenes, festive friends and a stop through the famous Bubble Tunnel.
Enchanted Village offers guests the opportunity to get their picture taken with a princess or superhero, meet a talking pumpkin, and enjoy animal, magic and science shows and other entertainment at this special interactive area.
Frightful Farm is designed for those looking for spooky fun. Take a Dying Traditions home tour and learn superstitions from the Victorian Age or visit the Haunted Barn and brave the zombies that have taken over.
Nashville Zoo members can save $2 on each ticket. Ticket prices include all Halloween-themed activities, carousel rides and parking. Additional fees apply for Soaring Eagle zip line and concessions.
Advance tickets are highly encouraged; Saturday event nights tend to sell out quickly.
For tickets and more information, visit www.nashvillezoo.org.
Boo at the Zoo is sponsored by Middle Tennessee Honda Dealers, Mix 92.9, Irwin Entertainment, Liberty Party Rental and Temptations Cat Treats.
About Nashville Zoo
Nashville Zoo is a nonprofit organization and an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, assuring the highest standards of animal care and husbandry. The Zoo is actively engaged in conservation research, habitat protection, breeding programs and education initiatives around the globe as well as in our own backyard. The Zoo attracts more than 1,000,000 visitors annually and is considered one of the top attractions in Nashville. Nashville Zoo is located at 3777 Nolensville Pike and is open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. For more information about Nashville Zoo, visit www.nashvillezoo.org.
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