Saint Louis Zoo celebrates tumble with two functions

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Check out the Saint Louis Zoo for two can not-miss occasions of the season.

ST. LOUIS — Get completely ready for an exciting fall time at the Saint Louis Zoo. 

The Zoo is web hosting two activities in October, with a thing for everyone in the relatives to enjoy. 



The fall enjoyable kicks off with Zootoberfest 2023 for two weekends in October.

The fest begins at 10 a.m. and lasts till 4 p.m. on the two weekends, starting off Sept. 30 & Oct. 1, and ending the weekend of Oct. 7-8. 

Households will be in a position to arrive out to the Zoo to delight in all the Zoo has to offer you with animals, exhibits and sights in the course of the cooler weather. There will be fun routines for young children as perfectly as German-encouraged foods like beer brats, Bavarian pretzels and turkey legs, alongside with apple cider, root beer and other comfortable drinks.

For older people 21 and older, the Zoo will have beer trailers and nearby and craft beers for purchase. An exceptional Zootoberfest beer stein with discounted refills will be available for order whilst materials very last. 

Zoo site visitors will also be equipped to delight in dwell songs from 12-3 p.m. each and every working day of Zootoberfest. The agenda is as follows: 

  • Sept. 30: Large Joe and the Bavarians
  • Oct. 1: Almost Famous 
  • Oct. 7: Retro Boogie
  • Oct. 8: So Grand Polka Band


Boo at the Zoo

The following celebration will have the total family completely ready for Halloween and spooky period. Boo at the Zoo opens Oct. 13 and runs via Oct. 29. 

From 5-8:30 each individual evening of the event, visitors will be ready to encounter the Zoo all decked out for Halloween with festive decorations, special food items and consume menus and entertainers, all in a non-scary practical experience. 

On Oct. 16, a special sensory-helpful night for neurodivergent readers and guests with sensory sensitivity is remaining offered. The sensory-welcoming evening will have a traditional Boo at the Zoo knowledge, with sensory maps and silent parts involved. Skilled Zoo workers will also be on-web page to assist any one with sensory sensitivities. 

Tickets are needed for Boo at the Zoo. Youngsters underneath age 2 can attend for free of charge. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 20. Parking will be totally free.

  • Oct. 13-15: $15 for non-zoo customers, $12 for zoo users.
  • Oct. 16 (Sensory-helpful night): $10 for zoo and non-zoo members. 
  • Oct. 17-19: $13 for non-zoo members, $10 for zoo users. 
  • Oct. 20-29: $15 for non-zoo customers, $12 for zoo associates. 

Doors open up at 5 p.m. for Boo at the Zoo just after the zoo closes for standard several hours at 4 p.m. at?v=_pXQ7PwBPZI