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. Your journey then takes a dive into the depths of the Samarium exhibit, filled with underwater and aquatic creatures, including sea turtles, jellyfish and seals.
Wildcatters presented by Sound Credit Union offers a larger-than-life, immersive experience that will “wow” anyone, no matter their age! 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. Woodland Park Zoo guests (including members) will receive a 10% discount on items sold at participating Whitney businesses during Wildcatters.
Ada’s, Modern Japanese Cuisine, The Park Public House, The Whit’s End, Windy City Pie, and Weeks Pizza 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.
During Taillights, the main attraction is enjoying our brighter light path and animal-themed displays. Our Zoo animals will be enjoying a full night’s slumber.
To see our animals, visit the Houston Zoo during the day. 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. Examples of reasonable modifications include a scarf, loose face covering, or full-face shield.
Is it timed entry for TAU Energy presents Taillights ? We have timed entry for TAU Energy presents Taillights this year.
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.
Rarely, the zoo closes because of ice, snow or other weather-related conditions. In the case of a closure, updates are posted on the home page of the website.
When in doubt, call the zoo’s main telephone number, 503-226-1561, for up-to-date information. Ticketed attractions for Taillights will take place throughout main zoo grounds.
But remember: most habitats at the zoo include behind-the-scenes areas, and the animals can choose where to spend their time. Every member of your party must be accounted for, including infants and children.
Only the guests included in the ticket order will be allowed to enter the zoo. Limited tickets will be available at Landmark Café, the zoo’s Gift Shop, and the Hot Chocolate stand at Park Place Café near the Light Maze.
The zoo and all holiday experiences will remain open rain or shine. The name on the reservation must match the guest to ensure accuracy in case of the need for contact tracing.
You may enter anytime during the half-hour window on your ticket (for example, if you booked at 4 p.m., you may arrive between 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.). All zoo guests over the age of 2 should wear a face covering unless medically unable, especially near popular animal habitats, food and retail kiosks, and restrooms.
This helps protect other guests, zoo staff, volunteers, and the animals in our care Lincoln Park Zoo is also accessible by public transportation.
Due to traffic, public transportation is highly recommended. While we will have several ATMs on site, we encourage you to minimize hand-to-hand transactions by using credit cards.
Warm up with a cup of hot chocolate or check out our many tasty treats! They were made specifically for Taillights at Utah’s Hole Zoo by Lightship of Bakersfield, CA.
Tickets sold in advance (either online or on site at Customer Care during daytime Detroit Zoo hours) will range from $15 to $20 throughout the 32-night run of the event. The Zoo will be limiting the nightly capacity of Wild Lights to 2,100 guests with no more than 1,050 in the park at one time during the event.
Also, dining locations will be open, but seating will be limited to outdoor areas only, and the 4D Theater experience and Winter Rink will be closed.