Last year we didn’t take (or I can’t find) pictures at Boo at the Zoo at Brookfield Zoo, but two years ago we did take some and had a blast! Boo at the Zoo is a great activity to do with the family. When we went we met up with a few of my cousins so that all of the kids could do a little Trick or Treating together in their costumes. It’s something special that they wouldn’t have been able to do otherwise.
Boo! at the Zoo
For the third consecutive year, Ferrara Candy Company is sponsoring the Brookfield Zoo, Boo! at the Zoo event. In addition to providing candy, to be distributed at trick-or-treat stations throughout the zoo, Ferrara is providing local park districts in neighboring communities with a total of 600 complimentary admission tickets to be distributed to area residents.
Residents of communities where Ferrara facilities are located, including Forest Park, Bellwood, Maywood, Bolingbrook, Itasca, Franklin Park, Hillside and Northlake, will receive this sweet treat from Ferrara to enjoy complimentary admission to Boo! at the Zoo so they can enjoy special events and activities over the six days of Boo! at the Zoo. If you are a resident of one of these communities you can contact your local park district for information on how to apply for the complimentary Boo! at the Zoo tickets.*
Boo! at the Zoo Schedule & Activities
Dates & Times
October 13 & 14 – 10:00am-4:00pm
October 20 & 21 – 10:00am-4:00pm
October 27 & 28 – 10:00am-4:00pm
General admission $21.95 for adults and
General admission 15.95 for children 3-11 and seniors 65 and over.
Children 2 and under are free.
An additional fee applies for Hamill Family Play Zoo and the Haunted Hay and Carousel rides.
Activities and Schedule
During the six days of Boo! at the Zoo will feature 5 different Trick or Treating stations (so dress up in costumes and being your own bags for candy!) as well as a variety of different zoo chats around the zoo about the various “creepy” animals at the zoo! There will also be cookie decorating, a spooky Carousel, and Halloween crafts to be done! For more information on exact times go to czs.org/boo.
*While supplies last. Once the 600 tickets are distributed there will be no more free passes.
Will you be attending Boo at the Zoo this year?
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