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LA Zoo Lights: An Affordable Night For The Family

By E.M. Fredric

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 12/12/18 – L.A. Zoo Lights attracts native Angelenos and visitors to experience an illuminated evening of more than a million and a half lights. It’s a wonderful holiday event for an evening with the family and kids under two are free. Having made its’ debut in 2014, the attraction has grown into a seasonal favorite.

Glowing animals welcome you on your nighttime journey that includes a twinkling tunnel filled with dynamic swirls of color or you can visit the three reindeer or ride the carousel ($3) while drinking hot cocoa or enjoying meals and snacks from a variety of food carts.

As you walk around, you’ll see the zoo in a whole new light and enjoy the music that plays throughout the venue. The carousel ride is only $3 and the stores are open for Christmas and New Year souvenirs and gifts.

It’s an unforgettable evening as you pass the Christmas tree and see giant illuminated snowflakes near the disco ball forest where groups of various animals are lit all in various colors.

This year’s event features a dazzling new area to explore, luminous new displays, and re-imagined favorites for memories to be experienced from generation to generation.

Open from November 16, 2018 – January 6, 2019
Closed Nov 22, Dec 24, and Dec 25 from 6-10 p.m.

Sarah Michelle Witt and Dylan Bocanegra

Value Nights
Adults (13+) $14.95 and Children (2-12) $11.95

Premium Nights
Adults (13+) $21.95 and Children (2-12) $16.95

Zoo members get discounted tickets.

For online tickets: lazoolights.org

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