The WildLights Festival at The Living Desert, sponsored by the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation , will open the holiday season on Wednesday, November 23st 2015. This magical event, is presented by the City of Indian Wells and runs select nights over the holiday season. With over 750,000 twinkling lights illuminating the park after dark, this annual event turns the desert into a holiday wonderland. Come join us for “Holidays Around the World” featuring new light displays, international food and beverage offerings, Camel and Carousel Rides, Holiday Entertainment, Wildlife Wonder Shows, and much, much more!
WildLights 2015 begins Nov. 23, 2015 and runs selected nights through Dec. 31, 2015
Nov 23 – FREE MEMBERS NIGHT
Dec 3-5, 10-12, 17-31
(Closed Christmas Day)
6:00 – 9:00pm
With last admission at 8:30
Park closes at 9:00pm sharp
Members / Children / Military (with ID) $8
Children (under 3) FREE
*Children strollers and Wheelchairs available under first come first serve basis
47900 Portola Avenue
Palm Desert, California 92260
The Living Desert is a 1200 acre facility that specializes in the plants and animals found throughout the deserts of the world. Many exotic and endangered species can be seen in natural surroundings.
Desert conservation through preservation, education and appreciation.
The Living Desert is a 1200 acre facility that specializes in the plants and animals found throughout the deserts of the world. Many exotic and endangered species can be seen in natural surroundings such as bighorn sheep, oryx, cheetahs, wolves, striped hyenas, thick-billed parrots, leopards and golden eagles. The botanical gardens represent over 1500 species, indigenous to the arid areas of North America and Africa. A state-of-the-art wildlife hospital allows visitors to interact with the staff while procedures are being performed on animals. A children’s discovery center and desert play park, live animal shows, endangered species carousel, G-scale garden railroad, and many other features can be found in this unique zoo which sits in the middle of the Coachella Valley, just 15 miles east of Palm Springs.
For more information contact 760-346-5694.