The 3rd annual ZooLights display at The National Zoo is now open again after taking a few day hiatus due to the recent snowpocalypse.
This is your warning to get your goodbye’s in while you still can! Everyone’s favorite panda, Tai Shan, will be bidding DC adieu in early 2010. You know you’ll be kicking yourself in rear-end if you miss out on this chance to catch a glimpse of cuteness before he leaves us for China.
So go early and go often!
Tickets are available at the gate ($5 for members and $8 for non-members). ZooLights are open between the hours of 6-8:30 p.m. Visit nationalzoo.si.edu for more information.
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ZooLights are back and on display as of Friday night at the National Zoo.
This animal & holiday themed light festival will be open on weekend nights through Dec. 13 and each night between Dec. 18 – Jan. 2. But remember! The zoo will be closed on Chirstmas Eve, Chirstmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
“Special Theme” nights are also planned in conjunction with the festival and include: performances from local choirs, puppet shows, “Military” night and “Date” night.
Tickets are $8 for the public and $5 for zoo members.