San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
It's a spooktacular time to visit the San Francisco Zoo! This Bay Area family fun event will bring family-friendly wizards and witches, ghosts and goblins, princesses and superheroes are invited to join the festivities during this highly anticipated annual Halloween celebration; however the Zoo requests that trick-or-treaters not wear rubber masks as they may frighten the animals.
Thanks to the generous sponsor Grocery Outlet, children of all ages will enjoy:
-New Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats Discover the secrets of these mysterious creatures and learn their surprising message of conservation.
-Candy Treat Stations placed throughout the Zoo
-Make-a-Memory take-home crafts
-Halloween Puppet Shows and other live entertainment
-Special Creature Feedings: Watch the animals enjoy tasty holiday-themed treats and wellness activities. The complete schedule of animal enrichment will be handed out at the gate each day.
-Haunted Nature Trail: Get up close and personal with snakes, owls and a number of other spooky animals.
-Creepy Crawly Critter Encounters: The Insect Zoo will host a spine-chilling adventure for those who dare to enter.
The event will take place Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28, rain or shine from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is free with paid San Francisco Zoo admission and free to San Francisco Zoo members
San Francisco Zoo is located at 1 Zoo Road in San Francisco and can be reached at 415-753-7080.
About San Francisco Zoo
Nestled against the Pacific Ocean, the San Francisco Zoo is an urban oasis. It is home to exotic, endangered and rescued animals from all over the world and lovely peaceful gardens full of native and foreign plants. The Zoo aims to connect its visitors with wildlife, inspire caring for nature and advance conservation action.
The immersive African Savanna offers a multi-species landscape with giraffes, zebras, kudu, ostriches and more. Get nose-to-nose with rescued grizzly sisters Kachina and Kiona at Hearst Grizzly Gulch; watch lemurs leap through the largest outdoor lemur habitat in the country; visit Penguin Island; marvel at the Zoo's troop of gorillas in their lush habitat; and feed farm animals in the popular Fisher Family Children's Zoo. The historic 1921 Dentzel Carousel and 1904 miniature steam train are treasured by generations of visitors. The Zoo offers a rich history for its guests, fun rides and education programs and events for kids of all ages, kids’ parties and event venues.