Boo at the Zoo is Back Thursday Through Sunday Evenings

A Halloween tradition for 34 years, this year’s BOO! at the Zoo continues with safe and not-too-scary fun Thursday through Sunday from 5:30-8:00 p.m. each evening.

The event has been re-designed for safe trick-or-treating. Changes include multiple queues and entries at the front gate to allow for physical distancing, a one-way trick-or-treating trail featuring 22 treat stations spaced throughout the entire zoo, and prepackaged treats distributed using masks and gloves.

Tickets are $10 per person for ages 4 and up. Children three and under are admitted free and Parking is free. Tickets are available online at booknoxville.com. The Zoo strongly encourages online ticket purchases to ensure entry as the number of tickets available will be limited each evening.

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