Giant glowing penguins, stunning neon wings, twinkling holiday lights…These are but a few wondrous things you’ll find at Stone Zoo’s dazzling winter wonderland. This year Stone Zoo’s annual “ZooLights” show is returning with dozens of gobsmackingly beautiful lanterns that are sure to brighten up anyone’s day (and let’s face it, we’re all in need of a bit of twinkling, blinding lights to cheer us up as we approach the frigid Boston winter).
Spanning the whole 26 acres of the zoo, you’ll be able to walk down a beautifully lit, one-way path through Yukon Creek and see black bears, a bald eagle, Canadian lynx, arctic foxes, and even reindeer, according to the zoo’s website! The North Pole is coming to us Boston!
Even though Santa may be hibernating somewhere — he seems to be caught up with other business according to the zoo — you’ll still be able to enjoy the twinkling winter lights and lanterns and even snap a pic with Mrs. Claus herself– The IG photo ops will certainly keep all of us entertained!
Where to find Stone Zoo’s ‘Zoolights’?
Zoo Lights at Stone Zoo is set to open on November 17 through January 7 and will open daily from 4 PM to 9:30 PM with the exception of November 23 and December 25 when it’ll remain closed. Be sure to say hello to the exuberant Mrs. Clause spreading cheer at ZooLights on select Tuesday and Thursday evenings in addition to Christmas Eve. Reservations are required for entry into the spectacular ZooLights experience, it’s simply unmissable!
Find “ZooLights” at Stone Zoo, 149 Pond St, Stoneham, MA 02180