Feel the glow of nearly 4 million lights at <a href="http://phoenixzoo.org/event-items/zoolights/" target="_blank">Phoenix’s ZooLights</a> celebration, where, in addition to viewing the bright displays, visitors can also experience <i>The Polar Express</i> in 4-D, with special effects such as snow and fog. Ice sculptors carve a 300-pound block of ice, and the zoo even has camel and wagon rides.
Denver's Zoo Lights safari leads visitors through 38 acres of dazzling displays, including more than 150 animal sculptures that leap across lawns, dangle from trees and appear in the most unexpected places. You'll even hear holiday songs from children's and handbell choirs.
The St. Louis Zoo comes to life after dark with animated Wild Lights displays, such as Arctic Wonderland, Swan Lake and Fantasy Butterfly Garden, illuminating the property. Storytellers including Tundra Tom spin tales around a fire as visitors warm up and sip hot cocoa.
Ride through the <a href="http://www.oregonzoo.org/visit/zoolights" target="_blank">Oregon Zoo</a> in twinkling style aboard the ZooLights train, past more than a million sparkling lights. You'll see tunnels of light near the African Rainforest and can warm up with hot chocolate and the zoo's signature elephant ear treats from vendors along the ZooLights path.
Travel Channel unwraps the Christmas magic of NYC by taking you ice skating in Bryant Park, shopping on 5th Avenue, sightseeing to gaze at the famous Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center and much more!
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