ZooBoo Returns to the Indianapolis Zoo With 21 Fun-Filled Days & New Attractions
Last year the Indianapolis Zoo hit a super amazing milestone with a 40-year celebration of ZooBoo. This year it's back and even better with 21 days of fun and new attractions.
A WHOLE BUNCH OF HALLOWEEN FUN
ZooBoo is a staple of Halloween for those in the Indianapolis area and anyone who has made this part of the holiday tradition.
According to the Indianapolis Zoo;
Come to the Zoo for Halloween activities, amazing animals and pumpkins galore! ZooBoo is a fun family experience for itty-bitty ghouls and goblins as well as the bigger kids.
ALL THE SPOOKTACULAR DETAILS
There are tons of activities that take place from October 5 through October 31 and all of them are free to Zoo Members and included in the Zoo admission.
Meet the Leeward Sisters – Terra, Wisp, and Bubbles conjure up some Halloween magic in their cauldron
Scarecrow Photo Safari – Bring your cameras for a spooky guided adventure through the Forests
Trick-or-Treat Trail presented by Atterbury & IndyPendence Job Corps— including 7 treat stations in a NEW larger location in the Plains
Adult Trick-or-Treat Trail presented by Zink Distributing — Friday and Saturday from 5-8 pm (while supplies last)
Roller Ghoster — Indianapolis’ only roller coaster with a fun, Halloween twist!
Round-Go-Merry — the carousel that moves in reverse. Open until 7 pm
Spooktacular Train Ride — Enjoy a ride for a special view of the Zoo behind the scenes. Open until 7 pm
Gator Pirate Bayou – Arrr! The shipwrecked Boney Scute Pirate crew is looking for new recruits. Try your luck in their pirate-themed games to test your skills as a pirate. Will you join the crew or walk the plank?
Aunty Guzzle’s Potions – Help Aunty Guzzle create tasty and bizarre Halloween concoctions with potions, witchcraft, and “magical ingredients.” Located at Cafe on the Commons
One of the coolest parts of the whole event is after the exhibit is over the Leeward Sisters (black cats) are actually available for adoption.
The zoo is about 3 hours from the Tri-State area and so worth the drive.