Atlanta’s Botanical Gardens Holiday Nights Lights Warms the City’s Skyline

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Atlanta’s Botanical Gardens Holiday Nights Lights Warms the City’s Skyline

Garden of Lights: Atlanta Botanical Gardens deck out with their annual

Garden of Lights: Atlanta Botanical Gardens deck out with their annual "Holiday Night Lights" greenery spectacular.

Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Garden of Lights: Atlanta Botanical Gardens deck out with their annual "Holiday Night Lights" greenery spectacular.

Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Garden of Lights: Atlanta Botanical Gardens deck out with their annual "Holiday Night Lights" greenery spectacular.

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The holidays have arrived and the city of Atlanta is celebrating in full force. It seems as though wreaths are hanging on every door, lights are twinkling on each corner, and fun holiday events are popping up all around. One popular festivity that’s on the current radar for locals is the Botanical Gardens “Holiday Nights Lights” pop up event.

This popular gathering was started in 2012 and the Botanical Gardens has continued to offer it every season since, continuing to grow to this day. Now the Botanical Gardens holiday event has thousands of LED lights and hundreds of visitors every year, and is regarded as a December must-do. What started as fun holiday lights in Atlanta’s garden has now turned into an admired holiday spectacular.

This year, the theme is Nature’s Wonders and every plant is decked out in gorgeous lights and decor. Visitors get to walk through the whole garden, where countless displays are set up, covering each greenhouse, pond, and plant. Not only is it beautiful, but it’s also a simple way to enjoy nature in the city. The holiday cheer is continued with music, s’mores, and other festivities.

Tickets for the Garden Lights will be available until January 6 and tickets are $20 for general admission. If you’re looking for something fun to do with friends or family this winter, check out the Botanical Gardens “Holiday Nights Lights.” It’s the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit and appreciate nature’s beauty this season.

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