Holiday Lights Display Returns To Bronx Zoo

Dated: December 1 2019

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After a hiatus of several years, the Bronx Zoo is all set for the return of this great holiday tradition. The seasonal celebration features animated lights and LED displays depicting species from around the globe.

The display opened November 29th and runs through December 31st (excluding December 24 and 25) and then again January 3-5. December 21 to 31 there will be an Ice Jubilee as an added attraction with an ice bar, ice throne, ice slide and on December 28th, an ice carving competition. 

Parking is $17. Tickets for the event are $29.95 (adults), $28.95 (seniors), and $22.95 (kids). There are several on-line offers for discounts if you Google Holiday Lights Display Bronx Zoo. Here's to your holiday adventure at the Bronx Zoo!

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Diane Mitchell

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