Holiday Fun :: BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo for ZooLights

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by our partners at BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo.

Join BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo for ZooLights (November 29th through December 30th)! This festive mile-long trail through the Zoo in the evening boasts more than 50 illuminated sculptures of animals and traditional holiday displays for the whole family to enjoy.

ZooLights admission gates are open nightly from 5:30pm to 8pm and grounds close at 9pm. Tickets are $5 for adults & teens, $4 for senior citizens, $3 for children ages 2 to 12 and $3 for members.

What To Expect At ZooLights ::

ILLUMINATED SCULPTURES 

Visitors will find illuminated sculptures representing animals and traditional symbols of the holidays.

GIANT SPECTACULARS

Larger-than-life displays capture the imagination of children of all ages. These displays may include: Flamingos, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers, Gorillas, Rhinos, Elephants, Alligators, Giant Santa, Giant Snowmen, Holiday Trains, Santa in Sleigh pulled by Giant Reindeer and Toy Soldiers. Displays can be up to 30 ft. tall!

ANIMATED SPECTACULARS

Animated displays add additional entertainment value to our event. The use of high-wattage, computer-controlled displays will provide exciting animation to displays.

VISITOR AMENITIES

Seasonal specials from the Flamingo Cafe Safari Post and Gift Shop will be available for guests. This year, every guest presenting a non-perishable food item during the hours of Zoolights, will receive 50% off of regular admission price. All donations will go to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. Now that’s a dazzling way to make a difference this holiday season! *Please note that ZooLights is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Learn more at about BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo for ZooLights HERE.

To learn more about the zoo, visit their website HERE and follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Ericka P.
Ericka is originally a New Orleans gal who was raised to begin many dishes with a roux. Since 2011, she has happily embraced the Red Stick life with her husband of seven years, Tyler. Although she met her husband at an LSU game after her car broke down, they both attended Northwestern State University where she graduated with a Business Administration degree. After graduation, she and Tyler took a leap of faith and tied the knot. She dabbled in the corporate scene but eventually returned to school to pursue her passion for teaching and earned a Master’s degree in Elementary Education. She taught at an inner-city school in Baton Rouge for 3 years where she gained a family of students and colleagues alike. She’s traded in her beloved Expo pens and clipboard to stay home with her sweet and adventurous one-year-old son, Cullen. She is so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the sisterhood of fellow moms. Motherhood has been the best roller coaster she’s ever been on and even at the most challenging times, she tries to remember to embrace the chaos and “bless this mess” mentality. Ericka loves a good conversation, coffee, empowering other women {because we can all use a little encouragement}, laughing, baking and making memories with her family.

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