LA Zoo Lights
Time Out says
The L.A. Zoo is staying open after dark every night through January during this light-up holiday tradition, which returns for 2021 after having to take last year off.
Many of the lighting displays are inspired by the zoo’s wild residents: think elephant statues with whimsical projections, mosaic-like multicolor giraffes and twinkling butterflies. When we last visited in 2019, we found that Zoo Lights had lost a bit of the handmade, kitsch quality that made it quirky in its earlier years, but we thought it’d become a more polished experience in the process (thanks to the addition of a twinkly tunnel of lights, Chinese lanterns and a shimmering wall of lights).
Tip: Buy your timed tickets (available in three sessions nightly) in advance to avoid the worst of the entry lines. Also, tickets are a typically a few dollars cheaper during the first week of Zoo Lights. And wear comfortable shoes; the lights only cover about a third of the zoo grounds, but you’ll be walking slightly uphill for most of the way.
This sparkly rainbow tunnel has come to L.A. Zoo Lights
You can visit for only $12 during the next week. http://bit.ly/2Qm1KWcPosted by Time Out Los Angeles on Friday, November 15, 2019
|Venue name:||Los Angeles Zoo | Los Angeles, CA|
5333 Zoo Dr