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A child meets a docent and tarantula at Zoo Boo.

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Join us for our 27th annual trick-or-treat alternative at the ABQ BioPark Zoo on Oct. 31!


Oct 31, 2015
11:00 AM - 04:00 PM


ABQ BioPark Zoo
903 Tenth SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


It's time for Zoo Boo! We're celebrating 27 years of safe Halloween fun this year with games, Haunted Habitats, costumes and, of course, candy! Trick-or-treat from dozens of sponsoring businesses and civic organizations at tables throughout the Zoo.




Zoo Boo is the Zoo's busiest day of the year, and finding parking can be a challenge.

If you park in the neighborhood nearby, please be considerate and do not block driveways.

Consider these alternatives

FREE Park and Ride is available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from the The Albuquerque Little Theatre (224 San Pasquale Ave. SW 87104.) The shuttle is a regular school bus and is not wheelchair accessible.

You can also avoid the traffic by taking a city bus. (Route 53 stops a block from the zoo.  Routes 766 and 66 stop outside the Aquarium & Botanic Garden.)

Want to Volunteer?

Many hands make Zoo Boo possible. Must be 18 or older, and costumes are encouraged! If you would like to volunteer for Zoo Boo, please, call (505) 848-7172.

Thank You, Sponsors!

A heartfelt thank you to all the wonderful people and businesses who participate in Zoo Boo! A portion of event proceeds go to the Zoo Boo Education Scholarship Fund, which provides Camp BioPark tuition assistance for under-served youth.


Included with regular admission.
Up to four children in costume get in free with each paying adult.
(New Mexico BioPark Society members receive free admission for the adults and children on their pass as usual. To qualify for the offer above, an adult must purchase a ticket.)