Boo at the Zoo returns to Bronx Zoo

Boo at the Zoo returns each weekend now through Oct. 28, at the Bronx Zoo.

Activities include traditional favorites such as daily magic shows, costume parades, professional pumpkin-carving demos, crafts, and the extinct animal graveyard. So grab your costumes and get into the spirit.

The month-long festival embraces the spirit of the season while incorporating wildlife. Guests will have an opportunity to see and learn about many of the animals often associated with Halloween folklore, including vultures and owls.

Boo at the Zoo, Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 5:30 pm, now through Oct. 28, with a special opening on Mon. Oct. 8 for Columbus Day. Included with admission ($36.95 adults, $26.95 children 3-12, children under 3 free).

Bronx Zoo [2300 Southern Blvd. in University Heights, (718) 220–5100;].

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