Visit the Always Hairy and Never Scary at the Cincinnati Zoo!Trick-or-treating has never been so wild! Don’t miss HallZOOween, presented by Frisch’s Big Boy, October 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, and 27-28, from Noon – 5 p.m. at the Cincinnati Zoo & BOO-tanical Garden. Children (12 and under) can fill up their bag as they trick-or-treat through the Zoo. Help the Zoo Go Green and bring your own goodie bag. Along the way, you may encounter Pumpkin Pandemonium – the Zoo’s animal version of trick-or-treating.Back by popular demand, your little monsters can get their fingers painted or get a cool Zoo tattoo in the Beauty Shop of Horrors. The Zoo also invites guests to witness one of the area’s best magical entertainers – Phil Dalton’s Theater of Illusion. Not only will he play tricks on your minds with his illusions but he will also play tricks on your eyes with his sleight of hand. The show takes place each Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at the Wings of Wonder Theater.Zoo guests young and old alike can join in on the fun and Search for the Golden Frisch’s Big Boy! Two golden big boy statues will be hidden around the Zoo each day of HallZOOween. The two lucky visitors that find them will receive a Frisch’s and Cincinnati Zoo prize package, valued at $150. In addition Zoo guests will also enjoy Halloween Animal Meet & Greets, spooktacular train rides aboard the Hogwarts Express and the Scare-ousel.Don’t miss the beloved classic, Wizard of OZ in 4-D showing in the Zoo’s Special FX 4-D Theater! Newly restored in digital 3-D with added special effects, be swept along with Dorothy as a powerful tornado transports you on an unforgettable adventure to the magical land of Oz. There is an additional cost for The Wizard of Oz 4-D Experience. (TM & © Turner Entertainment Co. Judy Garland as Dorothy from THE WIZARD OF OZ. (s10)).The Cincinnati Zoo opens daily at 9 a.m. HallZOOween, presented by Frisch’s Big Boy, takes place Noon – 5 p.m. and is FREE with Zoo Admission. Admission prices are $15/adults, $10/children (2-12) and children under two are FREE. Parking is $8.