Zombies at the Zoo is a volunteer-run fundraiser for Plumpton Park Zoo. All proceeds from the event go to helping the Zoo get through the upcoming winter and improving the lives of the animals at the zoo!
It is $12 for Hunted Woods, $12 for Fright Maze and $22 for Zombie Paintball Shoot, OR $35 to do all 3! All proceeds go to helping the Zoo get through the winter.
es we do Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover as well as debit cards with the Visa logo.
Yes! If you are concerned about your children being too scared, ask admissions about our complimentary “Scare-free” glow-in-the-dark wristbands.
Please check the homepage or our Facebook page for any closure related details. If you purchased a ticket online to be used for the night of a closure the ticket will be accepted on any other night, but there will be no refunds.
Parental discretion is advised at this event. We leave it up to you, the parent, to know if your child would like this type of event. We have had younger children (6-10 years old) love the event, but it is ultimately up to you to decide. You can also ask for admissions for complimentary “Scare-Free” glow-in-the-dark wristbands for children! We would recommend taking a date night and come to see for yourself before bringing your children.
It is believed so! We have had a professional paranormal investigation group spend the night in the Old Mill and they believe that there is a presence there!
Please see the ‘Volunteers’ tab above. However, applications close in early September so get your application in quick!
If you don’t want to be a Zombie, there are still many ways for you to help! You can join a committee, be a runner on event nights or even become a sponsor of Zombies at the Zoo!
Sponsorships can help us in 3 ways.
1,) Monetary donation or items donation (lumber, props, misc. supplies, etc.)
2.) Volunteer donation (volunteer your time or your companies time to help Zombies)
3.) Skills donation (makeup, construction, etc.)
These 3 sponsorship methods help reduce the zoo’s costs to run Zombies every year, meaning more to help the zoo make it through the winter and better the lives of the animals.