The Los Angeles Zoo goes wild this October with the return of Boo at the L.A. Zoo featuring Halloween decor, a spooky stroll with photo ops, an extinct-animal graveyard, and other weird and wacky animal facts and educational opportunities.
Reindeer Romp 2018 November 16 – January 6
Too many reasons we love the LA Zoo. To start, we love animals, and LA Zoo has a great variety to see and learn about them. We love their educational shows. As homeschoolers we need our trips to be fun but always an opportunity to learn. We also love that parking is free. Free parking is always a plus.
We love that we can visit several times a year and always find something unique, related to the season. For winter time, they have Reindeer, how cool is that?
Thank you LA Zoo for providing tickets to my family so we could go see the Reindeer and the other animals.
At this time of the year we see too many Halloween themed events happening around the city. I found out about a great one happening at The LA Zoo. You can engage in some fang-tastic fun and spooktacular learning opportunities. Boo at LA Zo=is an annual event that transforms the Los Angeles Zoo during Halloween season with fun seasonal activities for the kids
This post is a partnership with the LA Zoo, however all opinions, typos and grammatical errors are my own
My family and I are ready to have a spooktacular day full of fun adventures at the LA Zoo during their celebration of BOO at the Zoo
Daily, April 21 through May 18, 2018
The weather is finally nice enough to get out and explore. We love going to Los Angeles Zoo and when we got the invite to attend the annual Wild For The Planet celebration my son jumped up and down and ask me to have the camera ready because he wanted lots of pictures.