Starts This Friday!
Watch as the Zoo transforms into a destination of spooky attractions for 16 nights of Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo. New this year, come experience the thrill of the Monster Slide. Fun for all ages, glide past your friends and family on this exhilarating inner tube ride of over 100 feet! Feel the excitement of speed and fun on this amazing new attraction near the Primate Building.
Be sure to come dressed in your favorite family-friendly costume to search for Bigfoot on the Sasquatch Hay Ride, take a spin on the Scarousel, participate in animal-themed games at the Creepy Carnival, travel down trick-or-treat lane and more! Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo is one spook-tacular event you won’t want to miss!
Skip the long lines and purchase your tickets in advance! To purchase tickets, click here and select the date you wish to attend Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo.
Dates and Times:
5pm-9pm: October 3-5, 10-12, 19, 26, 29-30 & November 1
5pm-10pm: October 17-18, 24-25, & 31
Non-members: $8* - Members: $6*
Ride tickets: $3.50*
Unlimited attraction wristband: $12*
Monster Slide*, Eerie Express*, Gruesome Golf*, Ghoul School, Sasquatch Hay Ride*, Wildlife Show, Ghost Rollers*, Monster Mash Dance Party, Scarousel*,
Booterflies & Wonderland, Cajun Sadie’s Fortune Telling Adventure*, Creepy Carnival*
And much more!
*Plus tax. The Zoo will close at 4pm each night of Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo. Animals will not be on exhibit during Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo.
Trick-or-Treating Can Make a Difference – Choose Sustainable Candy!
Did you know that you can help endangered animals by choosing sustainable, palm oil-free candy? Be sure to visit the Birmingham Zoo during Wells Fargo Boo at the Zoo for fun trick-or-treating with palm oil-free candy and help make a difference! The high demand for palm oil has led to a rapid destruction of the rainforest habitat, home to endangered Sumatran and Bornean orangutans. Download the Palm Oil Shopping Guide app, and take the next step in making a difference for orangutans and other species affected by the palm oil crisis. To download today, click the links below.