Has the January blues set in? Missing the holiday spirit? Thanks to ZooLights at Stone Zoo, you can continue to celebrate the holidays with a spectacular light display at the Zoo.
Presented by National Grid, Stone Zoo’s ZooLights is a one-way stroll throughout the Zoo, which spans more than 20 acres. The path is lit by decorated trees in twinkling lights and you just may spot a few animals along the way.
Perfect for you and your family, during your walk throughout ZooLights, you’ll be able to see black bears, a bald eagle, arctic foxes, Canada lynx, and reindeer. That said, for the animals’ health and safety, some may not be on exhibit due to weather, or veterinary care.
There will be ample health and safety measures in place, including required face coverings, social distance requirements of 6 feet apart, and entering the Zoo at the time listed on your ticket. Additionally, the paths throughout the Zoo are one-way.
To book tickets, you’ll need to do so in advance. Tickets are timed and ZooLights runs nightly from 4 PM through 9:30 PM until January 17th.
For non-members, tickets are $13.95, but if you’re looking to purchase a 4-pack, you’ll save some money as it’s $50. Members get a discount of $12.95 a ticket, and $45 for a 4-pack. Parking at the Zoo is also free. Purchase your timed tickets here!
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