The Los Angeles zoo becomes a magical wonderland for this special holiday event. Families take a self-guided tour through the zoo at night starting at 6:00 PM.
The zoo has been transformed into an amazing wonderland with glowing lighted animals made possible by lasers, three-dimensional projections, and interactive displays.
“Delight in mischievous light-monkeys run amok, a giant origami rhino, fantastical elephants and, of course, a gathering of flesh-and-blood reindeer lit up by twinkling chandeliers as Santa holds court nearby (on weekends only) atop his glowing ice throne. It all adds up to a magical outdoor event that’s sure to become a Los Angeles holiday tradition.”
Visitors can also view a real reindeer on select dates and enjoy holiday treats under the stars. If you are looking for a unique holiday experience to share with family and friends then this is it.
L.A. Zoo Lights is produced in collaboration set designer Gregg Lacy and John McGuire of Bionic League – creators of numerous stage shows and huge lighted events all over the country.
As one of Southern Califonia’s premier holiday events, L.A. Zoo Lights has grown bigger and better each year. Animated displays, walk-through light tunnel, Santa Claus, live reindeer, and free parking.
What you get: Follow a trail through a section of the zoo with displays of lights, Animated animals covered with lights. holiday refreshments. and an area with Santa. Plan on spending a 90-minutes viewing the lights.
L.A. Zoo Lights Attractions:
- Real-life reindeer fawns.
- Backlight party in the reptile house.
- Hot cocoa and holiday sweets.
- 3D projections and lasers.
- Thousands of LEDs.
- Creative animal-themed light displays
- Discount Tickets $20 Off
The Los Angeles Zoo is located at the northeast corner of Griffith Park at the junction of the I-5 (Golden State) and the 134 (Ventura) freeways. Parking is free. L.A. Zoo Lights is open nightly November 17 – January 7. 6 – 10 p.m. Closed Nov 23, Dec 24, and Dec 25. Closed Nov 23, Dec 24, and Dec 25