Texas Zoo Is Haunted Again This Year
We jumped out of our chairs when we read the Texas Zoo is going to host their fantastic annual Haunted Zoo this year! We love the Haunted Zoo and we know you do too!
For over a decade the Texas Zoo Haunted Zoo has been terrifying its patrons with delightfully spooky costumes and creepy scenarios as guests make their way through the Texas Zoo and this year will be NO EXCEPTION.
Starting Friday, October 23rd ( weekends) through October 31st, the Texas Zoo will be offering tours of the Haunted Zoo starting at 8 pm.
The Texas Zoo offers, "The year we have been waiting for has finally arrived. Halloween 2020 falls on a Saturday, daylight savings, and a full moon. Join us in creating the best Haunted Zoo Victoria has ever seen and the biggest fundraiser for the zoo in 2020! Haunted Zoo will be socially distanced to ensure the health and safety of all involved!
Check this out! After a brief overview of the Texas Zoo's 2 resident jaguars, Jax and Sophia, participants will get the chance to watch a jaguar training session up close and take some exclusive photographs. At the end of the session, try your hand as a trainer and personally give the pair a tasty treat! This encounter is unlike any other! Black Bear encounters are awesome too! There are even encounters with the monkeys and lynx!
This is just ONE of the many ways the Texas Zoo strives to CONNECT the public to wildlife. Giving them the opportunity to LEARN the importance these animals serve to the environment and humans alike. Inspiring them to PROTECT our animal’s wild counterparts in their native habitat
Isn't that AWESOME?! Encounters start at $20.00 for an opportunity of a lifetime. To book your interaction, contact the Texas Zoo Wildlife Junction (361) 573-7681
Whether you're enjoying the Haunted Zoo or engaging with animals during an animal encounter, every time you patron the Texas Zoo you are helping to keep the animals fed and happy and most importantly ensuring the Texas Zoo is around for generations to come!
See YOU at the Texas Zoo!
If you love spooky, check out this gallery!