• Holiday lights on display at Atlanta Botanical Gardens

    By: Nelson Hicks


    Looking for Christmas lights to dazzle the family this year? Atlanta is full of plenty of options.

    From Lake Lanier Islands to the Atlanta Motor Speedway and neighborhoods in between, north Georgia is full of amazing Christmas light displays.

    Nelson's News recently stopped by the Atlanta Botanical Garden to check out its holiday offering, Garden Lights, Holiday Nights.

    Garden Lights, Holiday Nights features more than one million lights across the 30 acres inside the Garden. There are trains, s'mores, a poinsettia tree, orchestral orbs that dance with color and there's even a mascot for the event, Lumina

    For those who have visited the attraction in years past, they'll notice some new additions this season including Liquid Lights, spectacular lighting effects casting an icy cool vibe in the Cascades Garden, and Starry Night Walk, inspired by Van Gogh's famous painting, it features dozens of swirling stars twinkling along the walkway through the camellias.

    The Great Lawn once again features the crowd favorite Orchestral Orbs, a one-of-a-kind topiary light show choreographed to holiday music.


    Tickets are $20 for adults, $14 for kids aged 3 to 12. Garden Lights, Holiday Nights is a walking attraction. Guests are permitted to walk around the Atlanta Botanical Garden at their leisure to explore all the lights.

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