You may have noticed the word Milwaukee Zoo lights in front of their main entrance.
You know the one.
It stands for light.
That’s a sign of good design.
If the zoo wants to promote its new exhibit, the lighting will be brighter than any light on Earth.
The new light exhibit is called Light in the Zoo, a reference to the light that streams through the zoo’s main entrance and makes the main attraction seem like it’s on the edge of a great big tree.
The new attraction features more than 300,000 square feet of exhibits, and each of them is designed to show animals at their most vibrant.
The exhibit will also be a focal point for the zoo in its “Milwaukee Live” events, which include the annual Zoo Lights Celebration and a free guided tour.
The zoo is hoping that the Light in The Zoo attraction will draw visitors to its main exhibit and bring them closer to the animals and exhibits.
Milwaukee’s new zoo exhibit, Light in A Room, will be open in 2019.
The exhibit is a part of the zoo network.
For more than 30 years, Milwaukee Zoo has been creating and presenting new exhibits, learning from and exploring new ways to connect people with animals.
We also make the world’s most diverse collection of mammals and birds.
The zoo was founded by the late Charles M. Sternberg in 1927, and it is now home to more than 350 animals, more than 150 species of birds and mammals, more plants and plants of different kinds and more than 1,300 species of invertebrates.
The Milwaukee Zoo is a non-profit, not a private company.
The city of Milwaukee owns the zoo and manages its operations, but we are not part of it.
The Zoo has a diverse staff and we encourage visitors to interact with the zoo through the many opportunities to learn and share information.
We are excited about the new Light in a Room exhibit.
The exhibit has more than 25,000 LED lights, more light than the total number of light bulbs in the city of San Francisco.
It is part of a larger lighting strategy for the city to provide more lighting for the community and to make the park more inviting and welcoming to visitors.
The light is the zoo equivalent of a big tree with lots of foliage.
The lighting will change from day to day to reflect the day and the night.
The first time we see it is at dusk, when the lights are turned on and the zoo staff will be on their phones and tablets, watching the live stream of the animals from the new exhibit.
It’s like being in a forest, surrounded by natural light, said Stephanie Sperry, director of the Zoo’s Conservation Department.
The lights are bright and will be visible to all, including animals and other visitors.
“We are so excited to have the opportunity to create an environment that will inspire visitors to be a part and contribute to the great things that the Milwaukee Zoo does,” she said.
Zoo staff members will have to take a walk through the park and the new exhibits to make sure the light is on.