Once again, Wilstem Wildlife Park in French Lick, Indiana will have an amazing light show this fall for your family to enjoy.
Wilstem Wildlife Park in French Lick is an amazing place for families to visit. Located in French Lick, Indiana, Wilstem offers so many cool adventures including drive-thru safaris where you can encounter over 50 species of animals, ziplining, horseback riding, lodging, and a variety of interactive animal encounters such as elephants, sloths, kangaroos, giraffes, and grizzlies! You’ll find yourself amazed by everything you will come across at the ranch, and they are always adding fun events throughout the year.
For the third year in a row, Wilstem will have a fun event for the fall. The Fall Festival of Lights returns on September 23 and 24 and will be open daily from September 30 through October 22, with two more dates on October 28 and 29. The shows will begin at dark. This event is a drive-through light show installation through the park, featuring a Halloween town with ghouls, ghosts, witches, spiders, and more. Plus you never know what kind of animals you might see along the way.
Wilstem’s Fall Festival of Lights
Wilstem is offering a few different options for guests to take part in when it comes to the light show this year. You could experience the light show from the comfort of your own vehicle for $25, however, you won’t get access to the animals. If you want a little more adventure on top of the light show, you could choose the drive-thru safari or wagon tour experience to be added to the light show. There are several add-on packages that you can choose from that include:
+SAFARI FEED: $3.00 per tub
NEW +ELEPHANT MEET & GREET (6:45-7:45pm): $10.00 per person
+ ELEPHANT FEED: $5.00 per portion
+KANAGROO ENCOUNTERS: $7.50 per person (limited availability)
+GIRAFFE/BIRD FEED: $3.00 per portion
You can learn more about the Fall Festival of Lights at Wilstem, and find out how to purchase your tickets by visiting their website.
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