Zoo In The Mile High City Celebrates The Fall Season

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Re – imagined Fall celebrations for families and adults bring guests even closer to wildlife on the Zoo’s 84-acre campus. Denver Zoo will be transformed into Colorado‘s wildest destination for fall adventure and exploration for the entire month of October. Guests will discover the creatures that inhabit their imaginations come to life as they wander around the Zoo throughout the day, from mysterious beasts of lore like Bigfoot to dragons, sea monsters, and more. The adventure continues with roaming costumed characters, creature-carved pumpkins, festive food and drink, and special animal demonstrations that connect these supernatural beings to the natural world.

All Wild Fall activities are included in regular daytime admission and take place during regular daytime hours beginning at 8:30 a.m. for members and 10 a.m. for the general public. Trick-or-treating is back and better than ever on select evenings (Oct. 7, 14, 21, and 28-31), with Trick-or-Treat Trail, a limited-admission activity with spooky surprises and eight stations serving up wildlife-friendly sweets from companies that have committed to using only sustainably-sourced palm oil in their products. A $20 add-on ticket gets you a reusable trick-or-treat bag and 30-40 pieces of candy, a Monster Mash dance party, festive photo opportunities with characters and sets, special spooky cocktails and festive autumnal eats, and exclusive animal demos with creepy-crawly critters.

Finally, the Zoo is hosting two fall-themed events for adults 18 and up as part of its popular Adulting with the Animals series. Oktoberfest (Thursday, Oct. 6) includes Bavarian fare, live music from the Polkanauts, a yodeling contest, and other festivities; and Monster Masquerade (Thursday, Oct. 27) includes special Animal Ambassador appearances, a costume contest, and a live DJ. Both events are $35 per person and must be purchased in advance.

Due to the popularity of all fall events and the likelihood that many days and timeslots will sell out, members and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. Visit DenverZoo.org/Events for more information on Wild Fall and Adulting with the Animals, as well as to purchase tickets. The Denver Zoo is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and the city’s oldest and most passionate advocate for the natural world, with over 3,000 animals representing over 450 species. The Zoo is one of Colorado’s most popular cultural destinations, serving nearly 2 million visitors each year, and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), which ensures the highest standards of animal care.

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