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Boo at the Zoo

Boo at the Zoo

Fall is always a fun time of year. There’s just something about that crispness in the air that makes you want to go out and enjoy time with your family, friends, and the wider community. The best way to do that? Head on over to Boo at the Zoo at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee. This event is currently happening on select nights until Oct. 27, so it’s time to make plans to attend. The festival runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. each night the event is happening, so you know that it’s sure to be a fun evening. It’s great for adults and children alike, and everyone is sure to have a blast. Tickets are now on sale, so you should buy as soon as you know you’re going to go. They are $19 for adults and $14 for children ages 2 to 12. Kids under 2 get free admission, but remember that you still need to get them a ticket. And if you’re a member, you save $2 per ticket! Now that’s a great deal.

Read on to learn more about what you can expect from this exciting event.


If you are bringing your little ones along with you, you can be sure that they are going to love the fact that they’ll get to trick-or-treat at this event. Have them dress up in their best Halloween costume, and they’ll get all the candy they can eat. Mom and Dad might even have to steal a few pieces.

Festive Fall Fun

When you think of a festival, what do you think of? Probably games, rides, bounce houses, fun activities, and more. Well, that’s just what you’ll find when you come out to Boo at the Zoo. Of course, the kids are sure to have a lot of fun, but there’s just as much to entertain the adults as well. Therefore, you really shouldn’t leave anyone at home!

Visit the Animals

Unfortunately, a lot of the animals at the zoo go to sleep early, but you’ll get to see the ones that tend to go to bed a bit later. Be sure to visit the flamingos, Sumatran tigers, Andean bears, and zebras when you go. Ask about the other animals that may be out a bit later as well.

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Be Ready for Scares

Some areas of this festival might be a bit scary, which is tons of fun for older kids and adults. However, if you have young children, a guide might advise you to stay away from the scarier spots.

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