Los Angeles Zoo is not only dressed up with amazing Christmas lights but this year they also have a Reindeer Village, where you’ll also find enchanting photo ops and fascinating facts about Santa’s favorite furry friends.Weekends offer a flurry of additional fun. Lots of cool things happening and you want to be part of it.
1. Real Reindeers
See real Reindeers and learn some fun facts about these magnificent animals at the Reindeer Facts Hut.
2. Ice carving demonstrations
Sit back and relax while you see ice sculptors create an icy masterpiece out of a simple block of ice.
3. Great family day to relax
What a better way to spend the rest of the year that relaxing with the family while watching animals and walking around the zoo? The Zoo offers lots of activities for everyone in the family and allows you to share quality time with your loved ones.
4. Make-your-own antler craft station
Looks like a fun activity. See the Reindeers and then go make your own antler on the craft station. Take a family picture with everyone wearing the antlers too.
5. Animal Enrichment Demos
The animals are getting into the seasonal fun with “presents” of their own, which are part of the enrichment program. Enrichment activities are offered throughout the year and promote the physical and mental well being of the animal residents by encouraging natural behaviors. During Reindeer Romp, see your favorite animals enjoy special enrichment treats:
All activities, except Santa photos, are free with paid Zoo admission, which is $20 for general admission (ages 13 to 61); $17 for seniors (ages 62+), and $15 for children (ages 2 to 12). No ticket is required for children under age two. Admission for Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association members is free
The Los Angeles Zoo is located in Griffith Park at the junction of the Ventura (134) and Golden State (5) freeways. 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027. Free parking is available. For additional information, contact (323) 644-4200 or visit Los Angeles Zoo
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