Throughout October, Denver Zoo will transform into a festive fall wonderland, with pumpkin sculptures, scarecrows and more than 3,500 animals providing the backdrop for three seasonal events for all ages. Wild Fall at Denver Zoo includes two all-new events — Taps & Tails, an adults-only bier hall featuring Colorado’s best breweries and live entertainment, and Enchanted Hollows, an eerie nighttime experience that will transport guests to a world of Halloween story and lore.
Plus, Boo at the Zoo, a Denver favorite, returns for its 34th year. Here are the details on all three:
Taps & Tails (October 10, 17 & 24)
A 21-and-over pop-up bier hall from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. inside the Denver Zoo featuring Colorado’s best breweries, seasonal food, wine and cocktails, animal encounters, zookeeper talks, games and live entertainment. Animal Onesie night is October 24.
Tickets are $30. Click here for tickets and more information.
Enchanted Hollows (Every Friday and Saturday in October)
An eerie nighttime experience designed for families with children 8 and over, featuring an all-new Harmony Hill Bigfoot Festival and the just-slightly-spooky Woodland Hollow Art Walk. Enchanted Hollows features Woodland Hollow, an immersive night walk, Jack-o-lantern sculptures and spooky décor; seasonal foods, beer, wine and cocktails; animal meet-and greets and demonstration — including axe throwing and even a Scary-oke sing-along.
Pricing for non-members ranges from $9 to $20. Zoo Member pricing ranges from $9 to $15. Click here for tickets and more information.
Boo at the Zoo (October 19, 20, 26 & 27)
The annual Boo At The Zoo offers creepy crawly animal demonstrations, trick-or-treat stations and character meet-and-greets and other family-friendly entertainment under the canopy of the beautiful fall foliage of Denver Zoo. Boo at the Zoo is included in the price of regular Zoo admission, or covered under membership, as applicable. Click here for more information.