Oklahoma’s Wildest Christmas Light Display is Officially Open for the 2023 Holiday Season
Thanksgiving is this Thursday, the 2023 holiday season is officially upon us. If you're looking for some family festive fun and would like to get into the spirit of the season visit Oklahoma's wildest Christmas Light Display. It's an amazing drive-through and walk-through Christmas experience with lights and more.
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The OKC Zoo Safari Lights features a drive-through where you'll see different animal-themed displays and sculptures that are all lit up. After you drive through you can do the walk-through that has interactive light exhibits and winds its way through the Entry Plaza, Children's Zoo, and other areas. It's a huge display.
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The OKC Zoo Safari Lights is going on now through Monday, January 1st (01-01-24) from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm daily. You'll need to purchase your tickets in advance, it's by reservation only. To get tickets and make your reservations visit the official site www.okczoo.org. They have all kinds of different packages available.
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For pricing and all the details click here to go to the official OKC Zoo website. I've never been before so I think this will be the year the family and I load up in the car and head to the OKC Zoo for Safari Lights. Kind of a little daycation and a quick holiday getaway to Oklahoma City. Hit Bricktown while we're there and grab a bite to eat while we're at it. Maybe even visit Chef Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant Ramsay's Kitchen.
Maybe hit the Chickasha Festival of Lights on our way there, or on our way back. We go every year and since it's on the way, why not? Then when we get back in town make a trip through Lawton, Fort Sill's Holiday in the Park. We could hit all 3 in one night for the ultimate Christmas light extravaganza. That sounds like a plan.
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