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Woodland Park Zoo

Type: Zoos



Map / Directions 10Best Says

WildLights kicks off at Woodland Park Zoo November 29 and continues through January 5, bringing back Seattle's wildest winter holiday lights festival presented by Sound Credit Union (5:30-8:30 p.m....  Read More

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Map / Directions Hours:

  • Oct-Apr: Daily 9:30am-4pm
  • May-Sep: Daily 9:30am-6pm

Map / Directions Admissions:

  • Oct-Apr Adult (13-64) $11.50; Child (3-12) $8.50; Child (2 and under) Free
    May-Sep Adult (13-64) $17.50; Child (3-12) $11.50; Child (2 and under) Free

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  • Things to Do in December: "Note that WildLights is closed December 2, 3, 9, 10, 24 and 25."
  • Things to Do with Kids: "If you're visiting during summer months, be sure to check out the concert line-up planned for the popular Zoo Tunes series. This past year's roster includes talents from the B-52s and Feist to The Wood Brothers and John Prine."
  • Outdoor Activities: "If you've never tried it, lawn bowling offers a unique new experience, and Woodland Park is home to a beautifully manicured set of lawn bowling greens. Check out the zoo's rockin' summer music series, which brings big-name acts to this urban oasis (ideal for fun-filled groups picnics with all your closest friends)."
  • Parks: "If you've never tried it, lawn bowling offers a unique new experience, and Woodland Park is home to a beautifully manicured set of lawn bowling greens at which to check out the relaxing and fun sport."
  • Best for Things to Do in December Because: WildLights kicks off at Woodland Park Zoo November 29 and continues through January 5, bringing back Seattle's wildest holiday-time festival of lights.
  • Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Woodland Park Zoo shows off cute, furry creatures and their larger cousins in lovely a setting that replicates natural habitats.
  • Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Woodland Park, known for its exceptional zoo, is a multipurpose park and recreation space just southwest of Green Lake, located on approximately 90 acres.
  • Best for Parks Because: Woodland Park, known for its exceptional zoo, also draws visitors to its 90 acres for recreational activities and summertime concerts.

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