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6:00-10:00 pm nightly (closed December 25th)
Come celebrate your holidays at ZooLights. Experience a tropical jungle in Rainforests of the World, stand back when passing the three dimensional, 18-foot lighted rattlesnake in the desert of the Arizona Trail and delight at the animated display of lighted penguins in the Antarctic. Discover the diversity of homes we all share through the magic and music of ZooLights!
Don't miss Jengo, the talking giraffe, 2.5 million lights and nearly 400 light sculptures. Carousel rides, the aroma of Kettle Korn and music around every corner will add to the holiday fantasy as the Phoenix Zoo once again transforms itself into one of the largest lighting events in the southwest.
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ZooLights

Address : 455 N Galvin Parkway Phoenix az
Phone : 602-273-1341   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $7.00

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