Tis the season for holiday light displays in our area including the Broome County Festival of Lights, Tall Pines Forest of Lights, and the Festival of Lights in Tunkhannock. Let's add another: The Animal Adventure Park's Jungle Bells: Holiday Lights Display in Harpursville.

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Opening night was Thursday, November 11th, and will run through January 2nd, 2022. If you enjoyed Jungle Bells last year then you're in for a treat, they've doubled the shine for this year's event. It's ONE MILLION lights bright as they glow throughout the park.

It's your chance to get together with your family and friends and walk around the grounds of Animal Adventure. You can witness their holiday display and see a number of their cold-weather tolerant species.

Animal Adventure Park Jungle Bells

We all love the giraffes at Animal Adventure and you'll have a chance to go into their heated giraffe barn to visit Oliver and Johari. On Friday and Saturday, you can visit Old Saint Nick in Santa's workshop.

Don't miss the Reindeer display and live penguins, just to name a few. If you are a fan of Frozen, then you can see the Snow Sisters on Sundays in the heated photo area of their Base Camp Pavilion.

Animal Adventure Jungle Bells Hours

Jungle Bells will run Thursday through Sunday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. until January 2nd but will be closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. They will also be open on Thanksgiving Eve, November 24th from 4 to 9 p.m.

Don't like to walk outside in the winter? No problem, you are invited to enjoy all the sights from the heated comfort of your own vehicle. They are offering a drive-thru experience on Wednesday, December 8th, and Wednesday, December 22nd.

Animal Adventure Park is home to over 100 species and is only 15 minutes outside of Binghamton and is located at 85 Martin Hill Road in Harpursville.

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