Halloween parties are the only places where you can see a skeleton without first tugging it out of someone's body while that person is sleeping. Jump out of your skin with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for one ticket to an adult Halloween party
- $80 for two tickets to an adult Halloween party
On Saturday, October 27, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., the first-ever Groupon-sponsored Cobwebs and Cocktails at Zoo Atlanta conjures up a ghoul-infested adult Halloween bash. Each entry includes two drink tickets that costumed patrons can exchange for signature cocktails as music draws them to the dance floor.
This year's event is tainted with the story of the Spider's Lair. It's said that a venomous brazilian wandering spider hitched its way into the zoo and remains lurking in the shadows, biting unsuspecting passersby. Hordes of the mindless bitten wander throughout the grounds terrorizing everyone as a ragtag group of brave zookeepers fights through the crowd in search of the foul arachnid.
Zoo Atlanta set up shop in 1889, and has since become one of the top destinations in the Southeast for viewing wildlife from around the world. Many animals have found their home at Zoo Atlanta, from elephants and tigers to gorillas and zebras. All in all, more than 1,000 animals currently roar and romp in their respective habitats, meeting up once a night to dish over visitors’ summer outfits.
A typical journey through the Zoo begins at Flamingo Plaza, from which visitors can choose one of two paths: They either take the left path and come face to face with elephants, warthogs, and lions, or they can choose the right and find themselves amid a flurry of exotic birds and excitable children at the KidZone playground. Visitors can walk at their own pace and follow their own path, still watching otters play, the nation's largest zoological population of great apes interact with their families, and giant pandas pretend like they don’t care people are watching them sleep. Guests can also check out a variety of amphibians and reptiles at the Zoo's newest destination, Scaly Slimy Spectacular: The Amphibian and Reptile Experience.