Watch the holiday lights turn on for Garden Nights in the Atlanta Botanical Garden

Everything you need to know about Holiday Nights at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Want to plan the perfect date night for the holidays?

Look no further than the Atlanta Botanical Garden in the heart of Midtown Atlanta.

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The Atlanta Botanical Garden's ninth annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, a holiday light show spanning 30 acres, will run from Nov. 16 until Jan. 11. So grab your loved ones and explore the garden.

Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at Atlanta Botanical Garden  

Boasting the high-tech Nature's Wonders, which illuminates through countless strands of synchronized dancing lights, the garden will be glistening through the holidays. 

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Visitors can also enjoy the Ice Goddess and Tunnel of Light, Orchestral Orbs, Radiant Rainforest, Model Trains and other favorites. Plus, you can gaze at plant giants from “Imaginary Worlds: Alice’s Wonderland.”

Holiday hours: 5-11 p.m. nightly from Nov. 16 until Jan. 11.

Ticket prices: $19.95-$44.95 for adults (ages 13+); $16.95-$41.95 for kids 3-12; children under 3 get in for free.

Parking: $10 or $5 for vehicles of four or more people Monday-Wednesday; $10 for all vehicles Thursday-Sunday in the Garden’s parking deck.

On select nights, complimentary shuttles will run from the Peachtree Pointe deck at 1555 Peachtree St. NW to the Garden. The shuttles will run Nov. 29-30, Dec. 6-7, 13-14 and 20-28 from 6-11 p.m.

Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta

Contact: 404-876-5859

Website: www.atlantabg.org

Looking for more holiday light shows near Atlanta? Check out LanierWorld's Winter Adventure at Lake Lanierthe Pinnacle Speedway in Lights at Bristol Motor Speedway and Macy’s Pink Pig.

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