Get Ready For Boo at the Zoo : Nashville Zoo


October is coming and that can only mean one thing—Boo at the Zoo is almost here! For 17 nights you can enjoy spooky season surrounded by goblins, super heroes, and all of your favorite Nashvillians, both four-legged and winged.

Get Ready for Boo at the Zoo!

Boo at the Zoo : Nashville Zoo

October 13th-29th from 5pm-9pm nightly, come enjoy special animal shows as well as fall-themed activities and plenty of treats. Flamingoes, tigers, and the Unseen New World (amphibians, reptiles, fish and bats) will remain in their habitats until 8:00 pm each night. Go trick-or-treating for candy at multiple stations that will be set up along the zoo’s pathway. Round out the evening with the scary-go-round, Monster Mash dance floor, and the zoo pumpkin patch!

Tickets are required for everyone 2 years old and up. Fridays through Sundays they will run $21 per person, and Mondays – Thursdays they are $18. All children under 2 years old are free, but they are still required to have a ticket reservation for entry. Members, you can enjoy $3 off per ticket! Advance purchase is required due to limited parking.

Don’t miss this long-lived and beloved Nashville Halloween tradition! To purchase your tickets, head here. Start planning your costume!

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Torrey Swan
When I moved to Nashville when I was 11, I never knew how deep my roots would run here! I attended Belmont University (Go Bruins!) where I met my husband David. We were married in 2008, and 4 months later, he was off to Iraq for a year. A couple of years after he returned home, we had our first daughter, Madeline, who is a lively redhead that keeps us on our toes! Any and all rumors you've ever heard about the nature of redheads are in fact true. Our second little girl, Violet, was born in July of this year and is the sweetest little addition. Before having children, I worked as a pediatric nurse for 7 years, and last year worked at two Williamson County high schools as a Health Science teacher. I will once again be staying home with the birth of our second daughter. I am new to the world of blogging, but look forward to the experience of getting to share stories, tips and advice with other local moms!


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