Boo In The Zoo Comes To The Chattanooga Zoo

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Chattanooga Zoo presents their "spooktacular" event of the year, BOO in the ZOO. This family fun event will take place on Oct. 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, and 29 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each night.  

"BOO in the ZOO is a non-scary family event celebrating the Halloween season. For one all-inclusive price, guests are welcome to come and enjoy all that this year’s BOO in the ZOO has to offer. From hay rides and face painting, to a scavenger hunt and costume contests, there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained. 

"Included with our new all-inclusive pricing, BOO in the ZOO guests will enjoy watching our animals enjoy their Halloween themed enrichment, a scavenger hunt throughout the Zoo, a costume contest, trick or treat stations and photos with your favorite costume characters. Other event offerings include bounce houses, games, crafts, pony rides, hay rides, animal meet and greets, a toddler play areaand more," officials said.

BOO in the Zoo pricing is $15 for nonmembers and $10 for zoo members. All children two and under are free.   

Chattanooga Zoo CEO and President Darde Long said, “BOO in the ZOO is such a fun event for all guests, as well as our staff and volunteers. This event continues to grow each year and we could not be happier. We are hoping for another record breaking turnout this year, and we are thankful for our community’s support.” 

BOO in the ZOO tickets are now available for purchase online. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.chattzoo.org/fundraiser/boo-in-the-zoo. Online ticket purchasing is recommended to avoid long lines.  

BOO in the ZOO sponsors include: TVA Credit Union, Ooltewah Nursery, Food City, Track 29, Tikiz Shaved Ice, Wrigley’s, EPB, Johnson Group, NoogaVision, Nooga.com, Tubatomic, Vincent Printing, Chattanooga Allergy Clinic, Economy Honda and Mary Kay by Carly Schrade.


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