Monday, December 23, 2013

Zoo Lights

Zoo Lights

Stone Zoo















all photos by mree


 JennSixx has been wanting to go see the "ZooLights" at the Stone Zoo for like forever.  
We decided to go on one of the coldest nights in Massachusetts. 
And cold it was. It was only 13 degrees out. 

According to their website

ZooLights promises to dazzle visitors of all ages this holiday season. 

Enter a winter wonderland of tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights. Stroll through festively decorated Yukon Creek, home to bald eagles, North American porcupines, reindeer and arctic foxes. Meet Stone Zoo’s reindeer up close during nightly photo opportunities.* Visit with Santa, who awaits your arrival in Santa’s Castle. Jolly Old St. Nick will be available for photos through Dec. 23. After visiting with Santa, enter a magical holiday world filled with fairy tale characters and dancing plush animals



Zoo lights is a waste of money.
 Seven dollars to walk around and see a few lights. 
We thought they would have more lights, they don't. 
And the lights they have, well, some of them need to be replaced.
You're better off just driving around different neighborhoods to see lights. 
You'll save a few dollars and you won't freeze your butt off.


Are you a fan of Christmas Lights??
Let me know, I love hearing from you!1
Best, Mree




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2 comments:

  1. Wow! I am so glad I read your post, we were thinking of taking our Z to see Zoo Lights but maybe not...especially now that it's going to be so cold again...

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