Boo at the Zoo adults preview tonight

7_boobatlogoThe Little Rock Zoo has a special opening night of Boo at the Zoo.  It invites adults to come enjoy all the fun of BOO in an adults-only environment!
Adults will “trick-or-treat” for tasty beverages, ride the Haunted Hay Ride, tour the Haunted House, explore the many Haunted walkways of BOO, play carnival games, listen to live music, and enjoy food from food truck vendors! Costumes are encouraged, but not required and there will be a costume contest!

Last year’s event was a sell-out success, so be sure to get your tickets in advance!

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets now, or call 501.661.7208

A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase at the door.

Please remember to bring photo ID. No one under the age of 21 admitted.

Sorry, no refunds. Boo at the Zoo is a fundraiser for the Little Rock Zoo and we appreciate your support!

All proceeds help pay for operational support for the Zoo.

Starting tomorrow, Boo at the Zoo runs – October 18-20 and 25 through November 1.

$10 PER PERSON (general admission)  |  $8 PRE-SALE
$20 ALL-INCLUSIVE ARMBAND*  |  $18 PRE-SALE*
$5 DISCOUNT FOR ZOO MEMBERS!

*ALL-INCLUSIVE ARMBAND DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD VENDORS OR FORTUNE TELLING.

BOO AT THE ZOO HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER EVERYONE!
BOO AT THE ZOO 2013 FEATURES:

Live Music EVERY Night!
Carnival Rides!
NEW and Improved Ghostly Garden!
Kids’ Corner!
NEW Day of the Dead Celebration!
NEW Fiser Kubota Haunted Hay Ride!
Beasts and Bones Animal Presentations!
FREE Carousel Rides Every Night!
Haunted House!
FREE Haunted Veldt Walkway Every Night!
Bounce House Inflatables!
Ghost Roast S’mores!
Food Truck Concessions!
Trick-or-Treating!
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!

Boo at the Zoo – October 19 – 21; 26-31

Boo at the Zoo is the largest family Halloween festival in Arkansas.

Now in its 21st year, Boo at the Zoo has become a family tradition.  Boo at the Zoo features trick-or-treating in a safe environment along with several amenities and attractions including: a hay maze, carnival rides, fair-style food & other concessions, the haunted train, a haunted house for older kids, a costume contest, Ghost Roast s’mores area, Frankenstein’s Dance Party, and much, much more.

Freaky fun and spooky animals are lurking at every term all over the park. Live music and food on the weekend will keep the parents entertained. Kids will be fascinated by all the animals and the keepers’ extensive knowledge. Live musical groups will keep things lively on the Elephant Stage and free magic shows for the kids start around 6:30pm.

On Thursday, October 18, the Zoo will host an Adults-only preview party.  Enjoy some fun libations as you preview Arkansas’ largest Halloween festival, Boo at the Zoo! Guests to this special adults-only preview night will “trick-or-treat” for some special concoctions and get a chance to experience all the fun of Boo at the Zoo including the haunted train, haunted house, Frankenstein’s Dance Party, and a costume contest!  Food truck vendors will be available for you to purchase some delicious snacks, too.

Arts & Humanities Month: Boo at the Zoo!

Boo at the Zoo is the largest family Halloween festival in Arkansas.  Now in its 20th year, Boo at the Zoo has become a family tradition.  Boo at the Zoo features trick-or-treating in a safe environment along with several amenities and attractions including: a hay maze, carnival rides, fair-style food & other concessions, the haunted train, a haunted house for older kids, a costume contest, magic show, Ghost Roast s’mores area, Frankenstein’s Dance Party, and much, much more.

Boo opened this year on October 20 and continues through Halloween night from 6pm to 9pm.

The Little Rock Zoo began modestly in 1926, with just two animals — an abandoned timber wolf and a circus-trained brown bear. Today, under the leadership of Mike Blakely, the Zoo includes more than 725 animals representing 200+ species, many on the endangered list. A recent addition is the Laura P. Nichols Penguin Pointe exhibit.

In addition to the many animals, there is the opportunity to eat at Café Africa and ride on the Arkansas Carousel, a one-of-a-kind Over-the-Jumps antique carousel that is the only fully operational carousel of its kind in the world.