TULSA — The Tulsa Zoo is celebrating Halloween in a big creepy way, by transforming into a spooky trick-or-treat wonderland.
Organizers say the zoo will not be too scary for the kids.
The little ones have been filling their bags with treats since opening day on October 28.
While the kids are trick-or-treating, they will be exploring a world of royal courts, carnival games, and swashbuckling pirate adventure.
HallowZOOeen will showcase treasured treats such as Burger King Royal Castle, QuikTrip Pirate Island, and Insurica Pumpkin Patch Playroom.
Organizers say the Tulsa Zoo is helping green Halloween by purchasing sweets made with sustainable palm oil.
Organizers say the spooky wonderland will transform back to the zoo after Halloween.
The event is located at Tulsa Zoo from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
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