Every year comes the night when the animals play the lead role. The country’s first zoo outside the capital and the adjacent 60-year-old amusement park awaits the public with a unique program on Friday, August 28, from 7 pm to 11 pm, with a unique program cavalcade to guide Africa to Europe’s diverse wildlife and culture. an institution rich in the species of the continent.
True to the tradition of recent years, visitors to this year’s Zoo Night will also be the first to admire the institution’s latest attractions. On Friday, perch from Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi will be fed to Snapi, the Nile crocodile pool at Palm House.
This magical evening provides a rare opportunity to take a look at the hitherto unknown, evening life of the inhabitants of the garden, which will receive even brighter mood lighting this year. For the first time revealed the secrets behind the Palm House scenes, but the visitors show feeding and special tours during get acquainted with a number of other locations in the most extraordinary animals and meet the zoo’s recently born, raised hand the stars, including Zaharával, the two-month zsiráflánnyal – who will be produced ice statues in the evening – and Evettke, this year’s pupil of the penguin nursery; in addition, they can also learn how to brush the teeth of a hippopotamus.
The most daring visitors will also have an all-evening Trial of Courage at the Palm House, where they will have the opportunity to get to know and love the animals up close. Those interested in the Hungarian wildlife can hear interesting facts about the flora and fauna of the Great Forest on an hourly guided tour, as well as meet one of the iconic hunters of Hungarian nights, the owl.
Unforgettable experiences will be provided by many performers. The Serengeti Troupé will give a concert of African folk music, with whose instruments we can get to know each other in more detail, but we will be able to admire many productions from belly dancing to fire juggling. With the participation of the Hungarian African Society, an African board game demonstration and handicraft workshop awaits visitors, who, by participating in these programs, support the dissemination work of the Society among disadvantaged groups.
As a special service, there will also be an Amusement Park, and guests switching to the Magic Armor will have unlimited access to all 23 rides throughout the evening, including the revamped Apollo-X with professional lighting and sound technology, and Döbrög Castle. In the vicinity of the Ferris Wheel, which floats in colorful light, it will be possible to study the starry sky with the help of the staff of the Hungarian Astronomical Society.
In order to ensure a safe experience, the institution will receive a maximum of 3,000 guests at a time and will introduce separate limits for the animal houses during the event.
Admission to all program elements is free with admission to the event. Admission is available at a uniform price of HUF 2,500 per person, and the Magic Arm band, which also provides unlimited use of amusement park gaming machines, is available at a price of HUF 3,300 per person. Tickets can be purchased in advance online ( http://bit.ly/AEJ2020 ) or at the box office or on-site until 23:00.