In addition to the light show, the Alice Hand Callaway Visitor’s Center will become a holiday market, where guests can shop for gifts and souvenirs, including a chocolate Winter WonderBar created by Condor Chocolates in Athens specially for the light show. Cookies, s’mores, bottled water, hot chocolate, coffee and other refreshments will be available.
According to website, the trail should take 45 minutes to an hour for you to see everything.
Return to the garden after the New Year and enjoy WonderLights Disco Nights. Jan. 4-7, visitors can experience the show to a disco beat. It will be a “Boogie Wonderland,” if you will.
The State Botanical Garden is part of the University of Georgia at 2450 S. Milledge Ave., about 70 miles from Atlanta. Free offsite parking and shuttle services will be provided in two UGA-owned and controlled lots off of S. Milledge.
The State Botanical Garden, part of UGA Public Service and Outreach, is 313 acres of natural areas and cultivated gardens. It offers eight specialty gardens, including the Alice H. Richards Children’s Garden, and more than five miles of trails within an Audubon designated important birding area.
Winter WonderLights begins Nov. 22 and runs on select evenings through Dec. 30. Tickets are on sale now and cost $15 per person for those ages 4 and older. For an extra $5, you can add ticket flexibility, which will allow you to change you ticket date should plans change. You can also add VIP parking for $25. Ticket costs and entry times for Disco Nights are the same as fro WonderLights.