There is endless fall-themed fun to be had at the Toronto Zoo with their Hay-lloween Town exhibit in full swing from Thanksgiving weekend to October 31.
The free exhibit is part of the Zoo’s, “Boo at the Zoo” event, and boasts fall and Halloween-themed hay bales that have been elaborately decorated by staff and volunteers.
Stop by “Hay-lloween Town” starting this weekend, a special exhibit created by your Toronto Zoo Staff and Volunteers featuring Halloween and autumn-inspired hay bales! 🍂🎃
— 🎃 The Toronto BOO 🎃 (@TheTorontoZoo) October 6, 2020
The exhibit is located at the Savanna Picnic Site on the zoo property.
In addition to Hay-lloween Town, there will be beautiful fall decor, as well as fall-themed vignettes and photo-ops for visitors to enjoy.
Pre-booked time slots are required for both zoo guests and members in order to walk through the zoo.
The “Boo-mobile” will also be running, and guests can take a ride for a fee.
The BOOmobile is back and spookier than ever! 👻 This scary, merry and legendary, just-for-fun adventure will take you around the Zoo showing you a spookier side of the animal world.
— 🎃 The Toronto BOO 🎃 (@TheTorontoZoo) October 1, 2020
The ride takes guests around the Toronto Zoo where they will learn about how the animal kingdom has contributed to Halloween traditions, and even meet some of the ghosts that haunt the Toronto Zoo.
Some other things to note are that the event will proceed as planned rain or shine, the Zoomobile will not be running on Boo at the Zoo event days, and no Keeper Talks or Behind the Scenes Tours will take place on Boo at the Zoo event days.
Tickets for this experience will only be sold online, and can be found here.