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Spooktacular at Sunset Zoo

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Spooktacular at Sunset Zoo

SPOOKtacular is an annual two-day event featuring a Half-Way Haunted Trail, daily Rock Band On-Stage Jam for guests, live music, drum circle, KSU-Tap ensemble, Daily Red Carpet Walk (no contest this year), 5 candy trails and more! Noon-4:30 each day.

Spooktacular at Sunset Zoo

Address : Sunset Zoo, 2333 Oak Street Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-587-2737   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5 per trick-or-treating child, 2 adults free w/ each paid child.

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