Lightscape brings its immersive mile-long trail of holiday lights when the exhibit opens this Winter at the Botanical Gardens. It will illuminate the garden’s 38 acres from November 19th through January 2nd.
The display has been previously opening to sold-out crowds in Europe and the Midwestern state. It will also be a new tradition in another Texan city. “Lightscape will quickly become one of San Antonio’s favorite holiday traditions,” Carr said in a news release. “This winter lights show will bring to life the natural elements of the Botanical Garden and is the perfect holiday attraction for family and friends.”
Winding through the gardens is the path. Installations like a field of Bluebonnets and a tunnel-like Catherdral of Light are including. Moreover, it created by local and international artists are the Texas-themed displays, the release said.
However, tickets will be up for grabs first to SABOT members first starting on June 2nd. On June 4th, they will go on sale to the public. Moreover, members also have access to a ticket discount. In fact, officials have said a limiting number of tickets will be selling per time slot.
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Considered to be the best regional garden in the U.S., the vision of the San Antonio Botanical Garden is recognizing nationally for its commitment to superb displays, botanical diversity, education, environmental supervision, and the unique experiences that connect all people in the community to the fascinating and captivating natural world. Embracing what makes San Antonio unique is the Botanical Garden.
One docent will accompany every 10 people. The tours last 60-90 minutes. They meet behind the admissions kiosk. The tours are all outdoors. Unless they otherwise requested, tours will be a general overview of the garden. Based on guide availability, these tours may be themed.