Get Wild at the Zoo This March
Head to the zoo this March to see one of the largest lantern festivals in the entire U.S. More than 50,000 bulbs will create an enchanted atmosphere and give the zoo an amazing new look that's like nothing you've ever seen before. You'll definitely go wild for the Wild Lights at the Louisville Zoo.
A Night of Lights
You’ll walk through 1.4 miles of pathways to experience the Wild Lights festival. You'll see many incredible things on your journey, including dinosaurs. Be careful! There is a T-Rex lurking around the zoo, somewhere.
This festival has thousands of silk-covered lanterns all lit up beautifully to create an incredible atmosphere. For this year's annual festival, there are 70 brand-new lanterns displays. The display includes ocean scenes, colorful peacocks and even a huge kaleidoscope. Wild Lights is at the zoo everything night after March 19 from 6:30 to 10:30.
Have an adventure at the zoo this March. The zoo is at 1100 Trevilian Way, just blocks away from the Audubon Park neighborhood. These quiet streets are surrounded by nature and full of real estate that you're going to go wild about.
Going Wild for Audubon Park
Audubon Park is next to a country club and just minutes away from the Mega Cavern, the Louisville Nature Center and the Louisville Zoo. Audubon Park itself is full of natural beauty, too. This neighborhood is packed with tall trees.
This neighborhood is full of historic homes in pretty, traditional designs. These houses have multiple bedrooms and charming features inside and out, to say nothing of the amazing surroundings. See the classic details, the beautiful neighborhood and everything Audubon Park has to offer and you'll see lots of reasons to go wild for Audubon Park.
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