Denver Zoo Map
October 22, 2016

Boo At The Zoo

9:00am to 5:00pm




The 32nd annual Boo At The Zoo, presented by Your Hometown Toyota Stores, offers more than 25 trick-or-treat stations, creepy crawly animal demonstrations and exciting family-friendly entertainment under the canopy of the beautiful fall foliage of Denver Zoo. Complete details about costume restrictions can be found under “additional information.”

All activities are included in the price of admission, or covered under your membership, as applicable.




Activities and Entertainment Schedule

Magic Rob
Conoco Wildlife Theater
10:00 AM

Wild Smiles Demo brought to you by Delta Dental
Conoco Wildlife Theater
11:00 AM

Pirate Meet And Greet
Conoco Zoo Gardens
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Fairy Meet And Greet
Woodland Garden
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Princess Sing Along
Conoco Wildlife Theater
12:00 PM

Magic Rob
Conoco Wildlife Theater

1:00 PM

Mermaid Meet and Greet and Face Painting
Underwater Sea Lion Viewing
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Superhero Meet & Greet
Conoco Wildlife Theater
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Meet an Animal Ambassador
Be A Zookeeper Zone
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

*Weather permitting.

Princess Sing Along
Conoco Wildlife Theater
2:00 PM

Sventastic Halloween Spooktacular Juggling Show
Conoco Wildlife Theater
4:00 PM

When planning for your Boo At The Zoo costume keep the following in mind:

• For safety reasons, masks may not be worn by any guests ages 12 or older (unless required for medical purposes). When worn by younger guests, masks must provide unobstructed peripheral vision at all times with openings that allow the eyes to be fully seen.

• It is the policy of the Denver Zoo to restrict the presence of weapons within any facility on the grounds, or in institution-controlled parking areas. Toy or facsimile guns or weapons (fake swords, knives, etc) are not allowed. View our Weapons Policy.

• Costumes that are overly graphic, promote violence or otherwise might reasonably be assumed to be offensive to others are not acceptable.

Washed Ashore Exhibit Sculptures

Developed by the non-profit group, The Washed Ashore Project, the exhibit is meant to create awareness about marine debris and plastic pollution through art. Be sure to keep an eye out for the 15 giant sculptures of sea life made almost entirely from trash collected from the beaches!


Learn more about our special night event: Boo After Dark











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