The Dallas Zoo is set to debut new lighting and tickets on Saturday night.
The zoo, in collaboration with the Dallas Downtown Development Corp., will be installing an LED light system on the zoo’s main exhibit.
This will allow visitors to enter the zoo by walking on the roof.
The new lighting system will be located directly behind the main entrance, allowing visitors to see the lighting system in action from all angles.
The new lighting will be a new way for visitors to experience the zoo.
The zoo previously used a single, low-intensity LED light.
In the past, this had been a problem because the lighting was uneven and the zoo would often be in the dark.
The lighting system is part of a larger plan to increase accessibility at the zoo, and will provide visitors with more choices to see and experience the animal kingdom.
The Zoo Board of Directors approved a $10 million renovation plan earlier this month.
The Zoo is also working on new ticketing and parking strategies to make its attractions more accessible to all visitors.
The project is expected to take up to five years to complete.