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Boo at the Zoo Ticket Sales On Sale NOW!!!
Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Audubon Zoo this year for Boo at the Zoo! Held in conjunction with Children's Hospital, this annual Zoo extravaganza features trick-or-treating, a haunted house, the Zoo's Ghost Train and more! Tickets are limited: learn more about the event and how to get your tickets today!

Friday, October 22 5:00-9:30 PM
Saturday, October 23 5:00-9:30 PM
Friday, October 29 5:00-9:30 PM
Saturday, October 30 5:00-9:30 PM

Now Boo At The Zoo will be FOUR days with admission at 5pm each day!
Ticket prices are $16 per person (adult or child) and can be purchased at Handling fees apply.

Tickets go on sale NOW!!!

Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Audubon Zoo this year for Boo at the Zoo! This annual Zoo extravaganza is a safe, fun-filled Halloween event for children up to age 12, featuring trick-or-treat houses with candy, the Mombassa Ghost Train, a haunted house, games with prizes and entertainment.  All games and treats, except concessions, are free with admission. 

A limited number of tickets will be sold for each night, giving visitors the opportunity to experience Boo at the Zoo in a more relaxed atmosphere.  Tickets are $16 per person for 5pm-9:30pm admission, $13 per person for 7pm-9:30pm, and may be purchased online at  Handling fees apply.  Children under 1 year of age are admitted free.

A limited number of tickets will be sold for each night, giving visitors the opportunity to experience Boo At The Zoo in a more relaxed atmosphere.

Get Your Tickets Today!
Tickets SELL-OUT EARLY so purchase in advance

Order tickets online
$1.00 per ticket fee plus a 2.5% handling fee for online ticket sales.
Tickets will be mailed to purchaser from the ticket company up to 7-10 days prior to event date

Order by phone

Purchase on site
A limited number of tickets are available for purchase
at the Zoo Entrance and Children's hospital during regular Zoo/hospital office hours.

Cash, charge, check accepted. Please make all checks payable to BOO AT THE ZOO.

5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Admission Tickets: $16
Children under the age of one year are free.

No member discount. No limit on number of tickets purchased.

Adults must purchase tickets as well as all children 12 months or older Children under 12 months of age are admitted free. Adult and children tickets are the same price.

Event is from 5:00-9:30 PM. *Ticket holders may enter at any time*

Each person entering the event needs a ticket. Event is held rain or shine.

Tickets will be honored ONLY for the date purchased.

PLEASE NOTE: MOMBASSA GHOST TRAIN RIDE CLOSES AT OR AROUND 8PM! Train ride can be scary for children under 8 years of age.

Entertainment Schedule:
Friday, October 22

:6 pm Jack Magic Entertainment
7 pm Jack Magic Entertainment
8 pm Kayla Woodson Saturday

Saturday, October 23
6 pm Dennis & Co.
7 pm Papillion
8 pm Johnete Downing Friday

Friday, October 29
6 pm Johnette Downing
7 pm Jack Magic Entertainment
8 pm Kayla Woodson

Saturday, October 30
6 pm Johnette Downing
7 pm Fun and Games with Radio Disney
8 pm Fun and Games with Radio Disney

Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable, and non-replaceable. No rain dates.

* A fund of the McCormick Tribute Foundation

Audubon Zoo
Audubon Zoo is located at 6500 Magazine Street in New Orleans.

No coolers, ice-chests or outside food or beverage allowed inside the Zoo during this event.

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One of the country’s top-ranked zoos, Audubon Zoo offers an exotic mix of animals from around the globe, engaging natural habitats, lush gardens and resting spots, the mystical Louisiana swamp and ‘hands-on’ animal encounters. With innovative natural habitat exhibits and an animal collection ranging from the unique white alligators to the extraordinary white tigers, Audubon Zoo has become one of the Gulf South’s favorite family gathering spots.

In addition to the amazing animals, exhibits, live animal presentations and hands-on animal encounters you can ride the Endangered Species Carousel, Simulator and Swamp Train. You can also shop in our fabulous Audubon Marketplace gift shop!

New Orleans, rich in it's tradition and history, will provide you with a wealth of entertainment, culture, history, food,and much more. While planning your trip to New Orleans, we hope that you are able to find a few items here at to make your experience pleasurable, as well as economical in New Orleans.

New Orleans….the mere mention of the name conjures up pictures of floats, maskers, beads, doubloons and the pure joy of Mardi Gras. From the family atmosphere of St. Charles and Napoleon Avenues, to the party feel of the downtown and French Quarter areas, there is a place to parade watch for everyone of every age and size. The celebration that is Mardi Gras is deeply rooted in the French tradition of New Orleans. Begun as a "New World" carryover from the pre-Lenten Parisian Mardi Gras, the New Orleans festivities evolved from private balls to foot parades to float parades (started in the mid 1800s) to the extravaganzas of today. The organizations that provide the Mardi Gras parades and balls are called "krewes". All do so at their own expense, thus providing what has many times been called the "Greatest Free Show on Earth". The Mardi Gras celebration begins on January 6 (Feast of the Epiphany also known as Kings Day) and continues through Mardi Gras Day (the day before Ash Wednesday). The traditional "king cake" is associated with and eaten during the entire Mardi Gras season. Also during this time, most carnival krewes have their balls or supper dances. Formal parades in New Orleans and the surrounding parishes begin about two weeks before Mardi Gras Day. The festivities reach a crescendo on the weekend before Mardi Gras Day and that level continues through Fat Tuesday. Houses, lampposts, people, and even horses are dressed in the colors ofMardi Gras-purple, green and gold. New Orleans for a brief time each year is transformed into a place where the everyday world is cast aside. Beads, doubloons, cups, and numerous other krewe throws are tossed to thousands of happy parade goers shouting,
"Throw me something, mister. "
Laissez les bon temps rouler.

The Jazz & Heritage Festival has been a growing event each year. Setting record crowds the past few years. This two weekend festival has drawn the likes of many top entertainers, such as Paul Simon,Santana, B.B. King, and many more. This event always seems to out do itself every year. The festival always falls on the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May. It may be springtime, but do not count on all to comfortable temperatures. While average highs are only in the lower 80's, the combination between the large crowds and the lack of shade make for a surprisingly hot time. Another great thing about this festival is it gives you an opportuinity to sample just about every local cuisine you can think of. (Tip: Get your Crawfish Bread & Crawfish Monica early in the day. You don't want to waste time standing in line for these great items, when you could be out dancing to great artist). Remember to bring comfortable clothes and shoes and sunscreen and hat to enjoy the festival to its fullest.
Happy Jazz Fest!!!!

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