A Spooktacular Good Time
Activities include Goblin Stops full of treats, carnival-style games in the Pumpkin Patch Playroom, special themed activities in both the Burger King Royal Castle and the QuikTrip Pirate Island, and much more.
Grab your broomsticks and fly to HallowZOOeen Oct. 26-31, the Tulsa Zoo’s premier spooky (but not-too-scary) Halloween trick-or-treat event for the whole family.
Hours are 6-9 p.m. Last ticket will be sold at 8:30 p.m.
Bonus, HallowZOOeen starts one hour early on Saturday and Sunday this year.
Tickets can be used any night of HallowZOOeen. If you purchase tickets on our website, it will ask you to choose a night, to help us estimate attendance. We will not hold you to the decision.
Included with regular HallowZOOeen admission:
Princesses and Komodo dragons can enjoy HallowZOOeen from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 28, 29, 30 and 31, with last tickets sold at 8:30 p.m. To allow more time for candy and costumes, the Tulsa Zoo will open one hour early on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27 at 5 p.m.
HallowZOOeen tickets are $9 for non-members and $8 for members. Haunted Train tickets are $5 and the Scary-Go-Round is $1, both optional. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Tulsa Zoo.
No, kids 1-year-old and above all pay the standard admission price.
Yes, all attendees except children under 1-year-old pay the admission price for HallowZOOeen.
HallowZOOeen is open rain or shine. We offer a number of indoor activities for the family. Some attractions close temporarily during lightning storms.
Yes, tickets can be used any night of HallowZOOeen. If you purchase tickets on our website, it will ask you to choose a night, to help us estimate attendance. We will not hold you to the decision.
Costumes are optional, and definitely more fun. This is a family friendly event. Please keep costumes appropriate for the family atmosphere. You can check out the rules here.
No, the animals are not on exhibit during HallowZOOeen. This is to ensure the safety of our animals and our guests during this nighttime event.
Scary-Go-Round rides are included with your Adventure Pass or donor-level membership. Because this is a fundraiser and a special train experience, tickets for the Haunted Train Ride are $5 each for ages one and older.
Goblin Stop sponsorships range from $2,000 to $3,000, candy included for you. The zoo will even stock and store your candy each night. It’s so easy to be a sponsor, it’s frightening! This event is supported by local media coverage, advertising and onsite signage. Exposure will include the Tulsa area media market, 15,000 member households of Tulsa Zoo Friends, more than 20,000 event attendees and up to 10,000 regular admission zoo guests the two weeks prior to the event.
Sponsorships are available now. Call (918) 669-6614 to find out more information.
Questions about HallowZOOeen 2019? Call (918) 669-6600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.