If you’re looking for discount tickets to Zoo Atlanta’s Boo at the Zoo, you’re in luck. You have a few ways to get free & cheap admission, no coupon code required.
If you’ve never been to Boo at the Zoo, you’re in for a treat. From 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., costumed kids can trick-or-treat, meet the whimsical characters of Zoo Boo Town, & more while exploring the zoo. Boo at the Zoo will take place on October 19-20 & 26-27, 2013. Head out early, as the trick-or-treating only lasts as long as the candy does.
- While they last, $12 buys one general admission ticket for an adult & one child age 0-2 to Zoo Atlanta’s Stroller Cubs events, thanks to a deal on Half Off Depot. The voucher is valid for Stroller Cubs programs on October 19 & 23 and November 6 & 16, 2013. You’ll need to RSVP to use the deal, but if there are spots available on October 19, you can combine the outing with Boo at the Zoo. For those of you with older preschoolers, $12 buys one general admission ticket for an adult & one child age 0-2 to Zoo Atlanta’s Adventure Cubs events, scheduled for November 9 & December 7, 2013.
- WSB’s Family 2 Family page has a Boo-Pon good for $3 off admission to Boo at the Zoo.
- If you have a library card, you can check out a family pass at Georgia’s public libraries (they’re available at participating branches in all 159 counties) & get free admission to Zoo Atlanta for a family of four. There’s one pass per location. The pass may be checked out once per year, per card, per household, and it is valid for two adults and up to two children. We let our membership lapse, so I think I may try this option for our next zoo trip. Essentially, you check out the Zoo Atlanta Family Pass DVD at the front desk of your local library, and when you return the DVD to your library, you will receive a receipt, which is required for Zoo admission. The pass is valid for 7 days from the date of the receipt showing the return of the DVD. FYI–Per the comments on previous Zoo Atlanta posts, the pass can be difficult to get, as you can’t reserve it in advance. Still, it’s worth a shot.
- You’ll save a few dollars on adult tickets if you buy them via AtlanTIX. After fees, the price works out to just under $17 per ticket.
- If you’re planning to visit multiple attractions in Atlanta, take advantage of the Atlanta CityPASS to save 42% on admission to five Atlanta-area attractions. The Georgia Aquarium ticket includes a Deepo Pass with Expedited Entry, Deepo’s 4-D theater, and the Dolphin Tales show (based on availability). The World of Coca-Cola ticket includes admission, the 4-D theatre, and a free keepsake bottle from the museum. Other attractions included are Inside CNN Studio Tour, Fernbank (includes IMAX, too) OR High Museum of Art, and Zoo Atlanta (includes All-Rides Wristband) OR Atlanta History Center. It’s valid for nine days, and if you plan it right, you’ll have two full weekends + the weekdays in between to get to all of the attractions.
General admission is regularly $21.99 for ages 12+ and $16.99 for ages 3-11. Military, college students, and seniors (age 65+) with ID will receive a discounted rate of $17.99. FYI–the Military discount is valid for up to six guests.
Zoo Atlanta is located at 800 Cherokee Ave. SE, Atlanta.