Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild is perfect for groups and corporate events looking for safe, outdoor options fit for any budget. Group tickets start at $12.50 per ticket for parties 15 and more, a substantial discount from general admission tickets.
The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens presents Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild, sponsored by T-Mobile, returning for the second year from Nov. 19, 2021 to January 16, 2022 on select nights.
The festival features more than 30 larger-than-life, hand-constructed lanterns lit by more than 10,000 LED lights. The result is a dazzling display of color, light and sound celebrating art, culture and beauty of traditional Asian lantern festivals.
Guests can also purchase tickets at https://www.centralfloridazoo.org/lanterns/. Advance purchase is highly recommended. The Central Florida Zoo offers family ticket options in a four pack starting at $50 in addition to single general admission tickets.
“We’re thrilled to be able to bring this popular event back to the Zoo,” said Stephanie Williams, Zoo Director. “People flock to this event, and when you see these beautiful lanterns illuminated, it’s easy to see why. Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild is for people of all ages, from families to work parties. We’re happy to provide a fun, festive and cultural experience for folks in Central Florida again to end the year and start 2022.”
The lanterns will be set up on a 3/4 -mile trek throughout the Zoo. Festival hours will be in the evening, and entry will require a separate ticket from normal Zoo admission. The festival takes place entirely outdoors and is rain or shine.
The Central Florida Zoo presents Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild, sponsored by T-Mobile is presented in partnership with Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc. For more information, visit www.centralfloridazoo.org.
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About the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens
The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens is home to over 300 animals in Sanford, Florida. As a not-for-profit organization, it is a leader in conservation, providing experiences that excite and inspire adults and children to learn and act on behalf of wildlife. More information is available at www.centralfloridazoo.org.