Things To Do In Columbus This Weekend, Dec 1st – Dec 3rd, 2017

WildLights at the Columbus Zoo

It’s beginning to look a lot like Wildlights season at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium! This year marks the 29th Wildlights season with more holiday cheer than ever before. The entire Zoo will be transformed into a winter wonderland covered in millions of LED lights. Some of this year’s main Wildlights attractions include: Animated light shows, located around Conservation Lake and at Shores Park, Holiday Star Light Star Bright Seek-n-Find, brought to you by Disney On Ice presents Reach for the Stars, with new winners and magical prizes each week, Santa’s Holiday Home in its new location in North America at the Battelle Ice Bear Outpost! Guests can spend time with Santa and can also enjoy holiday sweets with Mrs. Claus at her kitchen in Conservation Courtyard, Wildlights rides, including the Polar Bear Express, a train ride through the North America winter wonderland; camel rides located in the North America region; and the 1914 Mangels-Illions Carousel, a historic Central Ohio treasure located near the Columbus Dispatch Charities Grand Pavilion, and Meet and Greets with Rudolph and Friends. Be sure to bring your camera as the most favorite reindeer of all, Rudolph, and the lovable abominable snow monster, Bumble, join us at Wildlights this year to create even more magical memories. You can also catch Rudolph and his friends on the big screen at the Shores Play Park 4-D Theater in the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 4-D Theater Experience. Also visit the Sparkling Spruce, and its captivating light and sound show “Candela: The Evolution of Light” located in Polar Frontier, and, of course, amazing animals! Admission is $14.99 for adults, and $9.99 for children 3-9.

Friday, December 1st, 2017 and Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm and Sunday, December 3rd, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Columbus Zoo, 4850 West Powell Rd, Powell.

Contact: https://columbuszoo.org/home/about/learning-about-the-zoo/contact-us

Phone: (614) 645-3400

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