Halloween is quickly upon us, and I am truly looking forward to fun activities to get my little guy excited. Even though he won’t truly look forward to the big day, I can show him some little things along the way to explain about the fun holiday. Things like pumpkins, and costumes. Who doesn’t like those? And The Bronx Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo gives your family some great Halloween themed entertainment right along with all the great things the zoo normally has to offer!

Boo At The Zoo

The festivities run at the Bronx Zoo for FIVE consecutive weekends beginning with this weekend on September 29th.

Safe, family-friendly activities include

o The Haunted Habitat Mansion

o Creepy Hollows Hayride

o Costume Parade

o Music, Magic, and MORE

o Master Carver Pumpkin carving demonstrations

Annual favorites including a haunted walk-through adventure – The Haunting at Habitat Mansion – and the spooky Hayride through Creepy Hollows headline the festivities and have been enhanced for this year’s Boo at the Zoo. Visitors will enjoy magic shows, musical performances, and costume parades in addition to traditional guest favorites including the hay maze, haunted extinct graveyard and special seasonal craft workshops.

Children under 12 who are dressed in costume receive a FREE admission with any paid adult admission.

If you want to learn more about what is going on,  visit www.bronxzoo.com for a complete schedule of keeper chats, animal enrichment sessions, and family activities.

The Bronx Zoo always offers such wonderful and educational activities for the entire family, and it’s always fun to keep with the theme of Halloween while enjoying the zoo. So go carve some pumpkins and enjoy the hay rides! It’s a fantastic way to spend the weekend!

Disclaimer: Our blog is participating in a sponsored ambassador program from the Bronx Zoo/NY Aquarium. As a part of this program we have received paid advertising compensation, a premium family membership and merchandise for placement of digital advertisements and specific postings related to programming.