Garden Lights, Holiday Lights at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Add a little brightness to the holiday season by visiting the Garden Lights, Holiday Nights event at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Now through January 15, 2022, celebrate 11 years of beautiful lights and stunning botanical sights with a festive twist.

Voted Best Garden Lights by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2020, this annual event is a holiday season favorite. A fun, immersive activity for the family to enjoy or a romantic date night getaway, timed tickets for this event are available in limited quantities on the Atlanta Botanical Garden website.

While fan-favorite displays may be returning, don’t forget to revel in the fun, new installations showcased in the 2021 season. New exhibitions include the colorful Glowing Grove, the luminescent Flower Walk and the stunning Ice Goddess. Several lighted sculptures featured in the 2021 summer exhibition, such as SUPERnatural: Glass Art by renowned artist Jason Gamrath, are also available to view. The locally loved festive model trains are back by popular demand this season, the perfect activity for younger guests.

Garden Members can enjoy a delicious bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, Longleaf, to enhance the Garden experience. Non-member guests have access to the Quick Café as well as various snack bars and s’mores stations. Exclusive holiday craft cocktails are available to purchase for guests 21 and over. Please note Atlanta Botanical Garden is currently card only and no cash will be accepted at this time.

At the end of your visit, check out the Garden Gift Shop to browse festive trinkets and gifts for last-minute holiday gifts! Members save an exclusive 10 percent on all purchases as well as member evenings and special savings events.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and promote a safe, fun experience, nonrefundable, timed tickets in limited quantities are available for purchase on the website. Atlanta Botanical Garden asks guests to wait inside their vehicles to prevent overcrowding at the event entrances and groups are limited to eight individuals to ensure safe distances between parties. Several pathways throughout the experience are one-way traffic only and indoor spaces require mask coverings.

The highly anticipated holiday event is also available for rent for private occasions and holiday office get-togethers.

Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden website to plan your visit today and purchase tickets before they’re gone! Follow along on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates, events and more.

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