Tourists can see a unique multimedia show only until March 3. Younger children will get in for free.
New technologies are becoming an indispensable element of newly created tourist attractions. Gardens of lights attract tourists not only in the Polish mountains – they are often seasonal attractions in the largest Polish cities. We can find them in parks, markets and main streets. One of the most interesting gardens of lights can be found this year at the Wrocław Zoo.
“Wild Africa” in Wrocław
This year, residents of Lower Silesia and travelers from other parts of Poland can admire the special exhibition “Wild Africa” located at the Wrocław ZOO. While walking around the exhibition, we can see various species of animals of the continent in a new, bright version. “We are happy to use new technologies to diversify the offer of our zoo. We tried to realistically reflect the characteristics of animal species and combine them with the magic of light technologies that we use to produce our multimedia exhibitions. In addition, we have planned a number of other attractions: a tunnel of flowers, an interactive path or a multimedia river, all in a harmonious musical and light setting,” says Michał Chojnacki, president of Wonderful Lighting, the company responsible for the attraction’s design.
We know the ticket prices
The price for entering the attraction, which is open only at dusk, after the zoo’s opening hours, does not differ much from the standard amounts for this type of attraction. An adult will pay PLN 42 for a regular ticket, and children up to 12 years of age, seniors and people with disabilities will pay PLN 37 for a reduced ticket. An additional advantage of the offer is the possibility of purchasing a ticket for PLN 1 for a child up to a maximum height of 100 centimeters. From every ticket sold, one zloty will be donated to saving Cape penguins.
The exhibition is open until March 3, 2024, every day from 5 p.m. “Entrance to the exhibition will be possible through the zoo gate from ul. Wróblewskiego, located at the “Hala Stulecia” bus stop opposite ul. Exhibition in Wrocław,” we read on the ZOO Wrocław website.