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PNC Festival of Lights

Alli Walker
5-9 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays. 5-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. , Monday December 03

 Guests will enjoy more lights and more color than ever before at PNC's Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo. Take in the 35-foot-tall tree, covered with more than 20,000 LED lights in the Zoo's Historic Vine Street Village, head on over to the Train Depot and see the sights aboard the North Polar Express or meet the Talking Tigers Blizzard and Snowflake. Visit their website for ticket and a full listing of all events and attractions. 



Where: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Phone: 513-281-4700
Address: 3400 Vine St.
Website: cincinnatizoo.org

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45220
 
The second oldest zoo in the United States, it’s also one of the nation’s best, with more than 500 species represented, many endangered. Be sure to check out the white tigers and the giraffe area.
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