SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Zoo and Museum of Natural History is taking the next step in their plans to transform their carnival park into a musical, dance and dance-centric experience.
The new park, which is in the middle of construction, will feature live music, interactive displays, and a new version of a traditional dance.
Aerial view of the new park.
The park will also include an interactive video screen that allows visitors to learn more about the history and culture of the area.
“This is a very special park, and we are excited to bring this experience to San Diego,” said David Schatz, general manager of the zoo.
Zoo officials say the new attraction is a new way for the zoo to explore the culture and history of the city, and that it will add an important piece of cultural history to the San Diego Museum of Art.
In addition to the music and entertainment, the park will offer an area for visitors to interact with other animals, including the San Antonio terrapin, the Great Arapaho, and the California condor.
The new project, dubbed The Circus, is scheduled to open to the public in 2019.
For more information on the project, visit zoo.com or call (619) 565-6332.