Looking for Fun With the Whole Family? IllumiZoo at the Zoo is the Answer
This attraction at the John Ball Zoo was so popular last year that it's back for more adventures. It's IllumiZoo, Living Lights, which is an interactive nighttime event for the whole family, and it's a great adventure.
Our Michigan Fall weather has been pretty sweet thus far, so why not celebrate it and get outside at night because it's like a Disney adventure at the zoo, learning about the animals and organisms that light up the sky.
It truly is an amazing adventure through beautiful and exciting lights and sounds throughout the John Ball Zoo and it transforms itself into a visual and colorful wonderland that everyone will enjoy.
The “fobbles” musical interactive LED wall of Living Lights is back which is a one-way trail of interactive lights that shows the wonders of Bioluminescence in nature such as fireflies, fungi, coral, jellies, squids, starfish, anglerfish, lanternfish and more.
I'll have to admit I was as stunned and amazed as anyone when I took three grandsons to the zoo. They couldn't get enough of it and kept saying, "this is just like Disney World!"
Living Lights has already begun and ends Sunday, November 13, running Wednesdays through Sundays so, really, you'd better get your tickets. The tickets are timed to help control the flow of the crowd and will vary as sunset times change.
Adult tickets are $22, $18 for children ages three through 12 and free for children two-years-old and under. Zoo members will receive an admission discount.
Also, it's a really good idea to get your tickets in advance, so I'll make it easy for you, CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!
By the way, there are some very special IllmiZoo nights scheduled as well. Here is the list:
- October 5: 60s Motown
- October 12: 70s Disco
- October 27: “Roaring Nights at Living Lights” Halloween Spooktacular with a live band (21+)
- October 30: “IllumiZoo Goes Boo” Late Night Trick-or-Treating
- November 2: 80s Rock n’ Roll
- November 9: 90s Pop
You're going to have a blast!
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