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Tickets on Sale for Tower Hill’s “Night Lights” Display

Thursday, November 08, 2018

 

Tickets on sale for Tower Hill's "Night Lights" display

Tower Hill Botanic Garden announced that tickets are on sale for the winter lights display “Night Lights.”

The display runs from November 23 through December 30.

Click here for tickets

Night Lights

Night Lights is a walking experience throughout 15 acres of glowing gardens, where more than 200,000 lights have been thematically placed among the trees, shrubs, fountains, and statuary to create a magical winter wonderland celebrating plants and nature.

Outdoor highlights include a stroll through a firefly forest, a fire pit with s'mores, a walk-though rainbow tunnel, and picturesque scenes around each corner. Indoors, decorations reign as visitors have the chance to explore a story den from children's book The Mitten, a model train depicting an alpine village, a towering "tree" made from bromeliad plants, subtropical conservatories packed with lush plants, citrus fruits, and fragrant blooms, and much more.

Farmer and the Fork cafe will provide seasonal dishes, warm drinks, adult beverages, and treats.

The Garden Shop will offer unique finds for holiday shoppers.

 

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