Boo in the Zoo tickets on sale, event limits capacity with online reservations
Tickets are now on sale for Boo in the Zoo, the Greenville Zoo’s signature Halloween event.
The family-friendly event is scheduled to take place on select days from October 15 through November 1. Health and safety measures will be implemented to ensure a safe event.
With safety a priority, the zoo has added hand sanitizing stations for guests and signage that outlines best social distancing practices. The zoo also will limit gatherings at entrances, exits, exhibits and along pathways. Other safety measures include:
- Timed entrances and limiting attendance each night.
- Guests are asked to pre-purchase tickets online to guarantee their preferred entry time. With limited capacity, Boo in the Zoo is expected to sell out each night. Walk-ups will not be permitted on sold out nights.
- Guests are asked to bring their own bags for trick-or-treating. Bags will not be provided this year.
- All guests ages 2 and over must wear a face covering.
- To comply with approved capacity levels, guests are asked not to arrive at the ticket booth before their assigned time.
This year’s Boo in the Zoo will feature 15 trick-or-treat stations, spooky decorations and Halloween-themed areas, including Dragon Alley, a princess castle and an extinct species graveyard.
Want to attend?
What: Boo in the Zoo
Where: Greenville Zoo, 150 Cleveland Park Drive, Greenville SC 29601
When: October 15-18, 22-25, 29-31 and November 1 from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Admission: $9 for members trick-or-treating, free for members not trick-or-treating; $12 for non-members trick-or-treating and $10 for non-members not trick-or-treating. Admission for Boo Babies (age 0-2) not trick-or-treating is free. Tickets are non-refundable. This event is a rain or shine event, so be prepared for the weather. Children must be accompanied by an adult and everyone is invited (but not required) to come in costume.
Tickets purchased online are the best way to guarantee admission. To reserve tickets, visit the Boo in the Zoo web page.
Photos courtesy of the City of Greenville.