Boo at the Zoo 2015
October 17th - 18th & October 23rd - 31st
(Adult Night Friday, October 17th)
(Teen Night, October 22nd)
(Dia de los Muertos, October 30th)
6:00 - 9:00 pm
**Last Admission at 8:30 PM**
Rain or Moonglow
Arkansas's largest Halloween Festival is back and filled with lots of Howl-oween fun!! BOO is appropriate for families with children of all ages featuring trick-or-treating in a safe environment along with dozens of other activities and attractions! BOO transforms the Zoo into a botanical garden filled with colorful lights and fun Halloween themed decorations making it an attraction worth strolling through just for the sites you'll see. A few fun photo ops along the way for that perfect Halloween selfie will make #lrzooboo a great time to be had by all!
$10.00 Per Person (General Admission)
$20.00 All-Inclusive Wristband *
$5.00 Discount for Zoo Members!!
(Adult Night $25.00 Per Person)
(Teen Night $20.00 Per Person)
*All-Inclusive Wristband does not include Food Vendors, Haunted Bingo or Fortune Telling.
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**Pre-Sale Tickets are also available at the Front Ticket Gate from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM!**
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Adult Night: For anyone twenty-one (21) years of age or older. Adults can preview the event and enjoy adult beverages at trick-or-treat stations that come complimentary with ticket purchases. All rides, attractions games & events of Boo at the Zoo will be available.
Teen Night: New this year for those in grades 7th - 12th. Students are asked to present their Student ID's for entry or to present a document verifying their grade level. Chaperone tickets are also available at a discounted price for this event, and the Zoo has added extra security on this night to ensure that teens have a safe and fun experience.
Dia de los Muertos: In honor of the traditional Hispanic holiday, the Little Rock Zoo has partnered with Hola! Arkansas to host a special Boo at the Zoo. The rich culture of Dia de los Muertos will be showcased by members of Hola! Arkansas, who will set up a special altar in honor of deceased relatives - a tradition of many Hispanic families celebrating this holiday that normally falls on November 1st. This special night will also feature Hispanic dances and performers. All regular Boo at the Zoo activities & events will also be available and the event is open to the public.
BOO at the Zoo has something to offer everyone!!!
For More Information
General Admission ($10.00): Includes 6 Tickets to use any way you want - for use at Trick-or-Treat Stations where you can get treats or toys. Tickets can also be used for rides or attractions. Additional tickets are available for purchase inside the Zoo for an additional 50 cents per ticket.
All-Inclusive Wristband Admission ($20.00): Includes 6 Tickets for use at Trick-or-Treat Stations where you can get treats or toys (or you can give them away for someone else to use on rides and attractions). All rides and attractions are included with the Wristband EXCEPT food, Haunted Bingo and fortune telling. The All-Inclusive Wristband is the best BOO for your buck!!
Below is a list of tickets needed for each attraction.
If you buy the $20.00 All-Inclusive Wristband Admission, all rides and attractions are included EXCEPT food, Haunted Bingo and fortune telling.
Parking during BOO at the Zoo is free and shuttle service will be available throughout War Memorial Park.