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This Lit Nighttime Zoo Extravaganza runs June 20 - August 18
To borrow an industry term, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is “wild.”
With 183 acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, along with more than 3,000 animals representing over 600 species, the Zoo is a point of pride for all in The Land.
This place is amazing for trips with the family during the daylight hours, but the real magic happens when the sun goes down and you get down with all your favorite furry, feathered or scaled friends at night. There’s nothing like a nighttime event at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, and none more beautiful than the Asian Lantern Festival.
The 2018 festival broke U.S. and international attendance records for a lighting event of its kind, drawing in over 150,000. The Zoo has outdone themselves again this year with 40 all-new, large-scale illuminated displays featuring hundreds of individual lanterns and including a walk-through 100-foot-long shark tunnel, a super adorbs 30-foot-tall giant panda, numerous Chinese pagodas and much more.
If all the glowing gloriousness wasn’t enough, there’s even more festival fun on tap:
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Asian Lantern Festival, presented by Cleveland Clinic Children’s, runs Thursday through Sunday evenings, 6:30 p.m.–10 p.m., from June 20–August 18.
Advance Tickets: $18.50 for non-members ($15.50 for zoo members) or $50 for a 4-pack.
Same Day Tickets: $20.50 each or $60 for a 4-pack.
Children under 2 are admitted for free. Single night tickets and a family four-pack are on sale now at futureforwildlife.org/lanterns.