(Based on state health guidelines and limited space behind the scenes, we are not able to accommodate members of separate households on a tour.) Book here Zoo lights Tips Our tips for your best Zoo lights visit Buy tickets online This year, everyone gets a timed online ticket.
Dine at Zoo lights Our Plaza Café and outside stands will be open for food to-go with yummy soups, pizza, burgers, snacks and drinks. In extreme weather, check our homepage for updated information.
We’ve got you covered, from animal experiences to tiger pushes, gift memberships and so much more. If your answer to both questions is ‘I haven’t’, then it is high time that you visit this zoo in Arizona.
There is also a giant trail wherein guests get to enjoy overhead light strings weaved into a spider, leading to the hungry insect. Arizona zoo lights coupons are also offered to members wherein they may be able to purchase tickets in advance or lower rates.
Zoo lights dates include the holidays such as December 24 and 25, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, respectively, as well as December 31 and January 1, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, respectively. The best nights to visit are Mondays to Wednesdays from December 1 to 14 and January 1 to 6.
If you have nothing to do on the dates mentioned, why don’t you bring your family at Phoenix Zoo and enjoy zoo lights and any other activities that the management prepares especially for the visitors. Guests and members should avoid arriving earlier than 5 minutes prior to their entry time.
Begin your expedition by strolling through the Living Northwest exhibit with lanterns of animals many of us are familiar with, including grizzly bears, eagles and mountain goats. Next, march through the magical Jungle Lights exhibit, where you’ll find lanterns of some of the most elusive creatures, such as snow leopards, tigers and gorillas.
Festive snacks will be available for purchase at the pizza trailer on the North Meadow, and at Gather and Graze where covered seating will be provided. The inside of the 1899 Grove (formerly the Rain Forest Food Pavilion) and the Brian Oak barn, by the North Meadow, will be closed during Wildcatters.
VIP Tickets • We are pleased to be able to offer a modified VIP experience • Take a ride on the ZOO Railroad • Souvenir hot cocoa cups with a hot cocoa packet will be given to take home and enjoy. Reminder: Tickets may only be purchased at the member rate for those listed on your membership account.
Although the event might seem a bit different from last year, we are overjoyed to invite you back to Taillights Powered by LES for more holiday magic! We are humbled by your support and enthusiasm for the event and are looking forward to showcasing the beautiful lights display the Zoo team has prepared for you.
If you have any questions regarding your membership number please email or call 402.475.6741 ext. • Receive a Taillights Powered by LES souvenir hot cocoa cup.
• Masks required of all attendees ages 5 and older • All staff and volunteers required to wear masks and gloves • All Zoo staff and volunteers will have their temperatures taken before the event each night • Train sanitized between each ride • Hand sanitizer stations throughout the Zoo • Visual markers throughout the Zoo reminding guests to follow social distancing recommendations • Physical barriers throughout the Zoo, creating a safe one-way traffic flow • No cash will be accepted at the event, credit and debit cards only • Guests over the age of 60 and anyone with an underlying health condition or any person at a higher risk from COVID-19 is encouraged to consult their physician regarding the safety of attending this event.
• If a guest feels sick before their reservation, we ask that they not visit the Zoo. • An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.
By visiting the Lincoln Children's Zoo you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 All guests age 5 and older are required to wear a cloth face mask at all times, while attending Taillights Powered by LES.
At this time, based on guidance from health authorities, neck gaiters, open -chin triangle bandanas and face coverings containing valves, mesh material or holes of any kind are not acceptable face coverings. If neither a mask nor face shield can be worn due to a medical issue, please email the Zoo at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about event alternatives.
Be made with at least 2 layers of breathable material Fully cover the nose and mouth and secure under the chin Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face Be secured with ties or loops and allow the wearer to remain hands-free This means when you purchase a ticket, you will select the time you wish to enter the Zoo.
While you must enter during your selected window, you are not limited to an amount of time in the Zoo, your experience can take as long as you would like. • General admission includes entry to the event and commemorative 3D glasses.
Train tickets on membership accounts are not valid at special events. During Taillights, the main attraction is enjoying our brighter light path and animal-themed displays.
By purchasing a ticket to the Houston Zoo, you agree to properly wear a facial covering during your visit. In accordance with Harris County orders, and for the safety of our staff, guests, and animals, visitors 10 years and older are required to wear facial coverings that fully cover the nose and mouth.
You may remove your face covering while actively eating or drinking, but you should be stationary and maintain appropriate physical distancing. If a person with a disability is not able to wear a face mask the Houston Zoo will consider reasonable modifications to the face mask policy.
You can see all available Taillights event dates when you buy your tickets. Military, First Responders, and Educators are all eligible for a $3 discount off admission on select Mondays-Thursdays during Taillights.
Along the Taillights path, you’ll encounter plenty of yummy holiday treats including s’mores, hot chocolate, and more! Multiple food locations will be available, including Cypress Circle Café during Taillights hours.
Our main entrance is at 6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, Texas 77030. Present the digital ticket on your mobile device to scan for entry.
By going paperless, you are helping save local animals, like black bears, in the wild! Tickets/reservations are date and time specific and are valid for a single visit only on the selected CITY event night.
General Admission: You must purchase an event ticket for every member in your party except for guests 2 years of age and under, who are admitted free. On your selected date of visit, you must present your CITY ticket(s), which will be emailed to you.
Members & Pay For A Day, Rest of Year Free ticket holders “PAD”: Our Christmas in the Wild event celebrates the holiday season in an open -air environment with enhanced health, safety measures. In order to offer a magical and safe event, capacity is limited and reservations are required.
There is a $5 reservation fee for Members and Pay for a Day ticket holders, which is returned to the form of a voucher that can be used for food or merchandise purchases on the evening of the event. By instituting a small fee that’s returned upon entry in the form of a voucher, it allows us to bring this wonderful event to as many people as we can, in a safe and efficient manner while removing any uncertainty of entry for our valued Members and Pay for a Day ticket holders.
Safety Protocols: Enhanced health and safety precautions will be in place including non-invasive temperature checks, social distancing, enhanced sanitation of attractions and mask requirements in limited indoor locations. Additionally, all staff members including costumed characters will wear masks.
Date Changes, Ticket/Reservation Cancellations, Weather: CITY is a rain or shine event. Operating hours, products, attractions, services, and schedules are subject to change without notice.
CITY may be cancelled due to weather that poses a safety hazard. Guests will be notified via the email provided during the reservation/ticketing process of any changes to event scheduling.