WildLights at The Woodland Park Zoo
The New Year is almost on us, but there’s still time to catch the first-time-sure-to-become-annual show at Seattle’s popular Woodland Park Zoo. WildLights warms up the holiday season with thousands of LED lights, many shaped in familiar beastly forms like, yes, lions, and tigers and bears.
Be sure to catch a ride on the zoo’s historic carousel (for an additional fee), watch the snow fall outside the Zoomazium, and take a souvenir photo with an accommodating penguin.
And don’t forget to say hello to two visiting reindeer, Lucky and Christi, no doubt the back-up team for Santa’s famous reindeer crew.
Want to can catch a glimpse of the zoo’s four new lion cubs born on November 8th, and one mighty proud mama? Stop inside the gift shop for a webcam view of the cubs just weeks after their birth. Talk about cute!
Event open nightly through Jan. 1st from 5:30 – 8:30PM.
Children: (ages 3 – 12): $6.50
Toddlers: (2 and under): FREE
What one-more-time or last-minute holiday events will you take in this season, Wanderboomers?2 comments