Hello, Sunshine! If space invading, mouth breathing, bloody monsters aren’t your thing, you will enjoy family friendly fun at Lowry Park Zoo Boo. Zoo Boo is celebrating their 16th year of fun with a brand new haunted house and frightening adventures for the entire family.
CC, Gracie and Lulu have shared their favorite haunted houses this year in their Lowry Park Zoo Boo Review.
CC’s Favorite Houses – Wake the Dead and Pharaohs Tomb of Revenge
CC liked Wake the Dead because he’s a zombie fanatic. Who isn’t? This outdoor haunted house is full of frightening zombies popping out from graves and ghoulish spirits are patiently waiting to scare you in the dark. You never know what’s buried deep in the earth during this haunting tour. CC was ready and willing to fight any zombie that he came in contact with.
CC loves ancient history and Pharaoh’s Tomb of Revenge was a fun way to experience the spooky findings in this cursed tomb. The pharaoh’s curse is unleashed bringing mummies and other scary creatures to life. This haunted house boasts the largest and most frightening monsters on our adventure. CC loved the giant monster in this house and he was huge!
Gracie’s Favorite Haunted House – Tangled Terror and French Quarter Phantoms
Gracie loved the sprays and blowing wind in the Tangled Terror. Deceased mad scientists are lurking in this plant filled nightmare. Gracie loved smacking spooky plants out-of-the-way, while dodging come to life plant monsters. I kept thinking how frightening it would be if a real snake was hanging from one of the trees. Eek!
A frightful mansion full of mysteries awaits you at the French Quarter Phantoms. Gracie liked the dancing spirits and the jazz music in this New Orleans haunt. She happily skipped through the haunted city and darted from the evil spirits lurking from within.
Lulu’s Favorite Haunted House – Little Beastises Bungalow and London Frightmare
Little Beasites Bungalow was created with little ones in mind. It’s a bright and fun-filled haunted house for the youngest ghouls to enjoy. Lulu loved the wobbly bridge and saying hi to the creatures living in the house. There are zero frights in the house and it will be enjoyed by the entire family.
London Frightmare is the newest addition to Zoo Boo. Travel through old London along haunted and destroyed streets. Be aware of howling werewolves and possessed dolls. This was the only haunted house that earned a scream from me. I wasn’t ready for my surprise visitor and he gave me quite the fright. Plus, there’s something extra creepy about old dolls. I’ve never liked porcelain dolls. They’ve always given me the creeps. Lulu however liked the dolls and happily blew them kisses. She’s one brave girl.
Zoo Boo is a fun family haunt. It’s not a gory and extreme adventure like you can find at Busch Gardens and Universal Studios, but it’s a fun way to introduce your children to haunted houses. If you have younger children I would recommend this a fun destination and Halloween activity for your entire family to enjoy.
Don’t forget to stop by and pet the stingrays! My kids love to do this every time we visit the zoo.
For more information on Zoo Boo and the six fun haunted houses visit Lowry Park Zoo’s website.
Have you visited any haunted houses this year?
What scares you?
Disclosure: Thank you Lowry Park Zoo for providing my family with tickets to Zoo Boo.