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Dec 4th

Gardens Aglimmer

  • Admission: $7/person, FREE for kids under 12
  • Location: Waterfront Botanical Gardens
  • 1435 Frankfort Ave.
  • Louisville, Kentucky 40206
  • Time:
    5:45 PM to 9:00 PM

Gardens Aglimmer

recurring event

Join us for the second-annual Gardens Aglimmer at Waterfront Botanical Gardens, a self-guided walking experience among our illuminated outdoor gardens.

Enjoy a sparkling winter wonderland of swans, snowflakes, deer, Moravian stars, oversized flowers, light bursts, candles, and a multicolor tunnel of lights. Wander the new Beargrass Creek Pathway under icicle arches and a waterfall stream aglow.

For improved safety and parking, we offer four timed ticket entry slots nightly:

5:45pm, 6:30pm, 7:15pm, 8pm

Once you arrive, you are welcome to stay as long as you like, however, 30 minutes is ample time for a thorough visit. There will be no refreshments served at this event.

Please no pets, no outside food or drink , and no smoking on the grounds.

** LIGHTS TURN OFF AT 9PM

  • $7 per person
  • MASKS REQUIRED
  • FREE for kids 12 and under (kids must be accompanied by an adult)
  • REGISTRATIONS MUST BE MADE ONLINE IN ADVANCE THROUGH EVENTBRITE, NO ADMISSIONS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
  • PLEASE ADHERE TO THE TIME SLOT THAT YOU PURCHASED

PLEASE NOTE: This event will be held for only SIX nights. Refunds will ONLY be issued if WBG has to cancel the event. Any cancellations by WBG will be made by 2pm the day of the event. Those registered will receive an email notifying them of the cancellation and how they will be refunded. Our outdoor illuminated displays will remain lit in drizzle and light rain, but will fail during prolonged rains. Snow and wind do not affect the light display.

Upcoming Dates For This Event:

  • Saturday, December 5
  • Friday, December 11
  • Saturday, December 12
  • Friday, December 18
  • Saturday, December 19
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