Nashville Zoo’s popular Boo at the Zoo will celebrate a safe Halloween for six nights a week from October 15 – 30. To address social distancing, the event will take place over a longer period, limit nightly attendance, and require timed entries.

“About 40,000 guests attend Boo at the Zoo every year,” said Kindell Williams, Nashville Zoo’s Director of Special Events. “We have worked hard and found ways to keep everyone safe while providing an exciting evening that our guests expect from Nashville’s top family attraction.”

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This year’s Boo at the Zoo will run nightly (except Mondays) from 5 – 9 p.m. starting October 15 and ending October 30. Attendance will be restricted to a nightly maximum of 3,000 guests entering at scheduled half-hour times. The event will offer a one-way path featuring treat stations, themed areas, photo opportunities, entertainment, rides, and more. A full list of activities can be found at www.nashvillezoo.org/boo.

Tickets for Boo at the Zoo are on sale now. Nightly tickets are $14 for Zoo members and $16 for non-members. Boo at the Zoo is supported by Middle Tennessee Honda Dealers and The Children's Hospital at Tri-Star Centennial. Contributing sponsors include ICEE, Irwin Entertainment, Liberty Party Rental, and Mix 92.9. 

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