CLEVELAND, Ohio —One million little bulbs are lighting up the Metro Parks Zoo this holiday season.
- Wild Winter Lights is best experienced after sunset to take in all the rich colors
- The zoo’s winter wonderland includes a unique musical light show on Waterfowl Lake
- You can take a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa’s workshop and take a picture
“Oh, I love it, it gets me in the Christmas spirit, so awesome,” said Mazda Dent, Madison resident.
“The lights, the color,s the decorations, they did an amazing job,” said Anita King, Madison resident.
Wild Winter Lights is best experienced after sunset to take in all the rich colors.
The zoo’s winter wonderland also includes a musical light show on Waterfowl Lake,
Plus, there are giant teddy bears and snowmen all around the zoo, showered in colorful lights.
The highlight of the experience for many is going to the North Pole to visit Santa’s workshop, and take a picture on his lap.
“Family it’s all about family, it’s beautiful, it brings a tear to my eye… I’m here with the grandkids and my kids, it’s wonderful,” said Wendy Reho, Cleveland resident.
Wendy Reho brought her family to Wild Winter Lights and says the light show may now be part of their holiday routine.
“We cut our tree down today first, in the morning, and that’s a tradition and it’s the first time we are here for the lights,” said Reho.
Wild Winter Lights will illuminate the Metro Parks Zoo until January 5.