Brights zoo has closed for the season. Happy Holidays! See you in 2014.
Keep an eye out here and on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BrightsZoo to learn more about the details as we get closer to the date.
October the 26 was Boo at the Zoo, where there were trick or treating, games, vendors, costume contests and more. Our animal residents were out and were treated to as much fun as it was for our gusts who came out for a fun fall family day.
Brights Zoo was recently featured on Daytime Tri-cities with Amy Lynn and Morgan King. Check out Amy and Morgan’s exploration of the zoo. It was a lot of fun. You can watch Daytime Tri-cities Monday through Friday at 10:00 am on WJHL TV. Their website is www.daytimetricities.com or catch them on facebook .
We are pleased to announce that you can now walk the full Brights Zoo facility. Except for an occasional maintenance or safety closing, the full site is now available as a self guided walking tour.
You can download a walking tour guide map here. So now you can come and see the Giraffes and other back lot animals any time. No more need to schedule this portion of the zoo, just come by during the regular General admission hours.
General admission hours change monthly and are weather dependent so we encourage you to check the HOURS tab here on this site and our Facebook page at www.facebook/BrightsZoo for any weather closings before you head out to the zoo. Rain and unhealthy temperatures below 50 or excessive heat force us to send the resident animals into the safety of shelter.
Does this mean that we can no longer book a scheduled Guided Tour?
Of course not! We are now offering a larger choice of options for your visit. Brights Zoo will continue to offer the same guided experience that has set up apart from all other zoos. If it’s an educational, closer access, guided tour that you are seeking, our signature GUIDED TOURS are still available. Call us today for a booking. Private tours are not scheduled on Sundays.
Look for our Animal Encounter experiences, now scheduled twice daily in the mornings and late evenings.
Welcome to the all new Brights Zoo. Come play with us.
We added 1 pound of live minnows and 1 pound of live shiners to their pond so they could hunt.
Hands on, up close and personal. Brights Zoo lets you connect with a loving animal or gets you as close as you dare with exhibition snakes, reptiles and so much more. The animal encounter program is as close as it gets!
Come touch, feel, learn.
Animal encounters happen on a daily schedule at Brights Zoo. Ask for more details on the day of your visit.
Hopefully, you've noticed a few changes around here - from new animals, new pricing and self-guided options and this improved website - to name a few.
In our endeavor to keep you informed about what’s happening here at the zoo, we are proud to announce we have a new sign. Installed just in time for the 2013 season, you can’t miss seeing the Brights Zoo sign when you top the hill as you near the zoo.
Now you have three sources to stay informed about special events and seasonal changes; this website, Facebook by finding “BrightsZoo”, and now our new sign at the entrance of the zoo at 3425 Hwy 11-E in Limestone, Tennessee.
Come see what’s new at the zoo!
Congratulations to Lion Country Safari on their new White Rhino baby.
The baby female was born on Saturday the 6th.