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Idaho Botanical Garden Lights Up For Winter Garden AGlow
The flowers may not be blooming in winter, but the Idaho Botanical Garden is still worth a visit even in the snow at the annual Winter Garden aGlow.
From November 23rd to January 1st, the garden blossoms with more than 300,000 sparkling lights that bedazzle visitors.
You'll also get to say hello to a very special visitor from Friday to Monday: Santa Claus himself. Little ones, and train enthusiasts!, will delight in viewing the Holiday Express, a G-scale model train, wind its way through the garden. You'll also be able to enjoy the pleasing tunes of local choirs as they fill the air with holiday songs.
See a different side of the light display and stop by the Garden Store for a special pair of "holiday specs." Wearing these will transform the lights into holiday symbols and characters.
Everything You Need to Know for Winter Garden aGlow
The event begins at 6pm, with the last admission at 8:45pm. Make the holidays even more special - the garden will be open on all holidays. Winter Garden aGlow will be closed to the public on November 29th, and December 5th and 7th, for private events.
Advance tickets can be purchased online or at the Idaho Botanical Garden. Tickets are $8 for IBG members,
$10 for non-member adults, $8 for kids 5 to 12 years old, and free for children 4 and under.
Or, purchase tickets at the gate. At the gate, IBG members pay $10, non-member adults pay $12, and youth tickets are $10.
Dress warmly for this outdoor event! You can enjoy complimentary cocoa and cider to warm up while snacking on cookies.
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