Monday, October 12, 2015

'Boo at the L.A. Zoo' Scares Up Family-Friendly Halloween Fun

CC and Will get ready to see the animals at 'Boo at the L.A. Zoo.'
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with some spooky animal-tastic fun at the Los Angeles Zoo?!

"Boo at the L.A. Zoo" kicked off on October 1 and, for the first time, runs through the entire month of October (from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. each day).

This hippo is enjoying a Halloween-friendly treat. (Photo credit: Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens)
From creepy-crawly caves that spotlight giant tarantulas (OK, so they're projections of tarantulas, but still super fun) at the Winnick Family Children's Zoo to a "Graveyard Safari" hay maze adventure to the "Boneyard" education station, families will enjoy the added Halloween-friendly festivities.

Kids are invited to dress up in costume as they check out pumpkin-carving demonstrations, "Professor Johnson, Organ Donor's Haunted Halloween Musical Review," featuring silly songs and sing-alongs, as well as enter costume contests.

Zoo educators are also on hand to teach kids about the slithery and winged creatures that call the zoo home. CC and Will got to check out a snake and a 2-pound but very strong owl.

The kiddos will be excited to see seasonal feedings of animals such as the black bear on October 17 and the tiger on October 18. On Halloween, the zoo will celebrate the one-year birthday of Rosie, the baby hippo. And trick-or-treating will take place on October 24, 25 in addition to the 31st.

And not only that, but themed crafts, storytelling, live music and strolling Halloween characters are also on the zoo menu. Everything is included in the price of admission.

So before the season's over, make your way over to "Boo at the L.A. Zoo."

"Boo at the L.A. Zoo"
The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Tickets: Adults ($20); Children 2-12 ($15); Children Under 2 (Free)

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