Wildlights Winter Light Festival

 
Woodland Park Zoo
 
601 N 59th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
 
Introducing Seattle's first ever winter lights festival at the Woodland Park Zoo. WildLights features wild animals and wild places recreated in thousands of sparkling LED lights inspired by nature.

- Experience amazing indoor and outdoor displays
- Ride the zoo's Historic Carousel (additional fee)
- See a few of our animal friends, including visiting reindeer
- Enjoy fun and entertainment; festive snacks available for purchase

---
General Event Admission
Nov. 23 - Dec. 13
Adults: $8.50
Children (ages 3-12): $6.50
Toddlers (2 & under): FREE

Dec. 14 - Jan. 1 (PEAK NIGHTS)
Adults: $9.50
Children (ages 3-12): $6.50
Toddlers (2 & under): FREE

Exclusive Members-only Nights
Nov. 19-21: $6.50 per person for all ages 3 and over; ages 2 and under free

---
Event Parking
Monday-Thursday evenings: Event parking is free in zoo lots.
Friday-Sunday evenings: Event parking is $5.25 per car in zoo lots. Parking may be limited.
 
This event is located about 15.9 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
 
Hours:Nov 23rd-Jan 1st, 2013
5:30-8:30pm
(closed Dec 24th & 25th)
Features:For Adults
For Children
For Family
Free Parking
Handicapped Accessible
Indoor
Outdoor
Does Not Accept Checks
Phone:206-684-4800
Website:http://www.zoo.org/wildlights
 
Schedule:Nov 23, 2012 @ 05:30 PM - Jan 01, 2013 @ 08:30 PM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Add to Itinerary

Add this event to your itinerary:
 
 
 

Share your Story!

If you enjoyed your experience at this event, please share it with us.
 

Add to Calendar / Remind Me

Add this event to your calendar or complete the form below to be reminded via email.
Remind me before by sending an email to
 

Upcoming Events

Cosmic Bowling at ACME Bowl Aug 29, 2014 @ 07:00 PM - Aug 31, 2014. Enjoy Black Light Bowling with gobo lighting & hazers!
Live Jazz at Basil's Kitchen & Bar Aug 29, 2014. DANNY WELSH DUET - SAXOPHONE, GUITAR

Recent Blog Posts

Recipe: Pike Place Market Gazpacho with Heirloom Tomatoes There’s no better summer soup than Gazpacho with heirloom tomatoes from Pike Place Farmers Market.
Hoopin' It Up with the Seattle Storm This was our first live basketball game and it was high energy and action packed throughout the e...

Recent Tweets

On a clear day, you can see #MtRainier's reflection on the lake... #ReflectionLakes #pnw… http://t.co/iClbWfhs7c
6000 ft in elevation #pacificnorthwest #Sunrise ##MtRainier #washington http://t.co/jtkkHP9njO
#SeahurstPark in @Burien is now open to the public! Be sure to check out the newly reconstructed area! http://t.co/KMquTTee7a