Lehigh Valley Zoo and presenting sponsor Christmas Décor are filled with excitement for the most magical time of the year as they kick off their sixth season of Winter Light Spectacular on Friday, November 15, 2019!

Bundle up and enjoy the beauty of nature as you stroll through tree-lined paths lit up by over 1.2 million twinkling lights and themed animated displays—more than any other PA attraction!  Visit the live reindeer on site and don’t forget your camera – you’ll want to capture your children’s delight when they encounter Santa, The Grinch, Woody, Buzz, Elsa, Princess Belle, Olaf, and friends. 

Feeling chilly? Warm up next to the cozy outdoor fire pits, while enjoying hot cocoa, s’mores, and famous Christmas video clips.

This year’s event will highlight Cinderella’s magical carriage, as well as the magical opportunity to visit the princess stage for a special princess sing-a-long starring Elsa and Belle.  Elsa and Belle will rotate nights of Winter Light Spectacular so check out their website for performance times.

This season’s Winter Light Spectacular features 31 scheduled event nights. Winter Light Spectacular runs 5:30PM–10:00PM on Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday and 5:00PM-10:00PM on Friday and Saturday from November 15, 2019 to December 29, 2019. The event will be on break for Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Pricing for Winter Light Spectacular 2019 is:

Wednesday and Thursday $13 for adults and $8 for children (age 2-11)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday $15 for adults and $10 for children (age 2-11)

Zoo members – adults $6 and children $5 any day of the week and cannot be combined with any other coupon or discount

Parking is free!

NEW! Group Pricing: Call the Zoo during day hours (10am to 3pm) to book your tickets!

Groups of 50+ – anytime tickets (child or adult) – $13 each

Groups of 100+ – anytime tickets (child or adult) – $10 each

Winter Light Spectacular is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Lehigh Valley Zoo, the leader in animal conservation in the Lehigh Valley. Revenue from these fundraisers go towards animal conservation projects at the zoo to benefit all of their beautiful animals and conservation programs in the Lehigh Valley.