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You don't have to travel out of town to get your HAUNT on!

You don't have to travel out of town to get your haunt on! This year, the Texas Zoo is bringing back two of their best and spookiest events, Zoo Boo for little kids and Haunted Zoo for big kids for 2021.

What is Zoo Boo at the Texas Zoo?

After a bit of a hiatus, thanks COVID sigh, the Texas Zoo is happy to announce that Zoo Boo is back and better than ever! That being said, this year the tickets are limited so be sure to pick them up quick! Like a zombie was chasing you quick!

It's trick or treating zoo style with local businesses and organizations around our dedicated community offering booths throughout the zoo for kids of all ages to trick-or-treat and receive candy in a safe manner. And of course, kids get to see the Texas Zoo animals they love too!

The Texas Zoo offers to "Be sure to wear your best costume! It will be a spooky, fun time for all to enjoy!"

Zoo Boo happens on October 30th from 10am to 3pm. Ticket info here.

Now for the bigger kids who are NOT faint of heart, the Texas Zoo has something spooky planned just for you... It's the Haunted Zoo and if you've never been, you've been missing out! I went three years ago and had my eyes closed the whole time, so I've promised myself to go this year eyes wide open!

The Texas Zoo transforms the Texas Zoo into something truly horrifying!

Every inch of the usually charming, Texas Zoo becomes transformed into your worst nightmare. Around every corner a new terror awaits you with scenes of terror that will haunt you thatnight and long after you leave.

The Haunted Zoo is open on two weekends, October 22nd through 24th and October 29th through Halloween night, October 31st. You can get the times and tickets by clicking here.

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