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Families interested in a “merry-not-scary” Halloween event that will engage attendees of all ages are invited to the Detroit Zoo on the weekend of Oct. 25 to enjoy rides, attractions and, of course, animals.
“Family-friendly crowd favorites from past Zoo Boo events will return, including dazzling and daring aerialists, mesmerizing mimes, superhero reenactments, a joking juggler and height-defying stilt-walkers,” write event organizers. “Take a trip through the never-ending corn maze, check out the pumpkin smasher and make friends with haunted creatures while enjoying the fabulous pumpkin displays. A festively decorated treat trail, photo opportunities and educational activities will be located throughout the Zoo, ensuring your entire experience is filled with merry memories for adults and kids alike.”
New this year are extended operating hours until dark as well as the ability to purchase tickets to a 15-minute “The Wizard of Oz 4-D Experience” at The Wild Adventure Zone. There are also tickets available to take a ride on the Tauber Family Railroad.
TAdvance tickets are $10 per person aged 2 and older. To purchase tickets and find out more about the Zoo Boo featured events and attractions visit zooboo.detroitzoo.org.