Asian Lantern Festival is being extended by three weeks at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Asian Lantern Festival will certainly be held at the Metroparks Zoo for a bit much longer.

The zoo introduced previously today that the festival, which was initially set up for September 5th, will certainly last till September 26 th. It is approximated that greater than 122,000 site visitors have actually currently attended this year’s festival, which includes greater than 70 brand-new displays and also over 1,000 brightened lights

“Every year, the neighborhood action to the Asian Lantern Festival has actually been remarkable,” stated Kelly Manderfield, Metroparks principal advertising officer, in a release. “We delight in to be able to broaden the possibility for a lot more site visitors to make memories with their family and friends at this one-of-a-kind outside occasion.”

The three- week expansion provides site visitors 11 added means to participate in the festival, consisting of a drive-thru day on September 15.

In enhancement to the aesthetic efficiencies, the occasion likewise includes online balancings, balancing, contortion, and also fighting styles demos, an Asian craft market, and also Asian- motivated food, consisting of meals from regional facilities such as Li Wah and also King Wah.

During the festival, visitors can likewise attempt the zoo’s brand-new Zipline Eagle Zip Adventure night. The zip line takes cyclists 150 feet back over Waterfowl Lake for sights of the zoo and also the sky line. The motorists after that take a trip 700 feet at rates of approximately 35 miles per hr. Eagle Zip Adventure is $ 8 per vehicle driver or $ 7 for participants.

Zoo participant tickets for the festival are $ 18 each or a four-pack for $54 Presale tickets for non-members are $ 20 each or a four-pack for $60 Tickets for the very same day can be bought at the ticket office for $ 22 each or a four-pack for $66 Drive- via tickets are $ 54 per lorry for participants and also $ 60 per lorry for non-members. Children under 2 years old have cost-free entrance.

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