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Polar Bear Days begin at the Buffalo Zoo – PLUS – New Zoo Lights to sparkle through the holidays!

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As the temperature goes down so will the admission prices at the Buffalo Zoo. Polar Bear Days begin at the Buffalo Zoo on November 1 and admission is just $8.95 per person.

Polar Bear Days is a long-standing tradition at the Buffalo Zoo which normally starts every January through the end of February. This year, the Zoo is starting the offer earlier to encourage guests to enjoy the Zoo year-round.
“The cooler months are truly a great time to visit the Zoo,” said Norah Fletchall, the Zoo’s President and CEO, adding “We encourage everyone to take advantage of this great deal and come say hello to some of their favorite wintertime animals, like Luna and Sakari our polar bears.”

In addition to Polar Bear Days, guests won’t want to miss Zoo Lights at the Buffalo Zoo. A brand new event and community holiday celebration, Zoo Lights will feature dazzling holiday light displays, warm winter treats, musical performances, opportunities to visit with Santa and much more!

Zoo Lights kicks off on Saturday, November 30 and will run every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until December 29 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

The cost to attend is $10 per adult and $5 per child. Children 23 months and under are free. Tickets can be purchased online at buffalozoo.org or at the door.

Mary Friona

Editor-In-Chief at Totally Buffalo
Following my heart with my husband and four daughters. An Emmy Award winning journalist lucky enough to work in television & radio for 20 years -seeing wonderful places, meeting great people and telling their stories.
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Following my heart with my husband and four daughters. An Emmy Award winning journalist lucky enough to work in television & radio for 20 years - seeing wonderful places, meeting great people and telling their stories.

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