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Spectacular Zoo Lights in Chicago

Zoo lights event at the Lincoln zoo is a wonderful holiday experience in Chicago. The event brings the holiday spirit every year to the Lincoln Park zoo. The event lights up the zoo from November through January. The Lincoln Park is located in the metropolitan Chicago. The zoo was opened in 1868 and has been serving animal enthusiast with a wide collection of animals. Since 1995, Zoo lights event has drawn loads of visitors and entertained their eyes.

What to expect from the event

The event lights up the night sky at Lincoln Park Zoo. During the zoo light hours, the visitors can watch the animals under bright lights. This is a great place to spend an evening with family or to take your better half on a date. The holiday lighting lifts the mood of the zoo visitors. The zoo will host Santa Claus during the zoo light hours.

During the zoo visit, there are many activities and shows including 3D displays, musical light shows, free holiday crafts, animal encounters, and live ice carving. AT&T’s endangered species carousel and the renovated Lionel train adventure are some of the favorites among kids. The ice skating, at farm-in-the-zoo, is a treat for skating enthusiasts and love birds. The park also offers delicious collection of snacks and dinner for a fee.

The admission for the zoo lights events is free. Ice-skating entry charge is $5 and rental price for skating gear is $5.

Event Timings: The zoo lights are open from 5 pm to 9 pm (Friday to Sunday) until January 4, 2015.

For more details about the event, please click here.

Event Location: Lincoln Park Zoo, Cannon Dr. at Fullerton Parkway, Chicago, IL 60614.

Come and enjoy the beautiful annual light event at the zoo for a spectacular holiday celebration with family and friends.

* Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.

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