December 15 – 23, 2016
December 26 – 30, 2016
January 2 – 4, 2017
Make plans now to join us for this spectacular holiday light show featuring entertainment, family activities, festive sweets and treats, and much more! And new this year, Night Lights in the Garden will include our seasonal exhibit, Origami in the Garden, lit especially for the evening event, providing a dramatic view of these enchanting sculptures. The 25 playful large-scale works of art will be on view each evening during Night Lights in the Garden.
How to Purchase Tickets
Tickets may be purchased online through our webstore or in person at the Chabraja Visitor Center during regular hours.
All Night Lights in the Garden tickets must be purchased in advance for this popular event. This applies to Members and Non-Members.
When purchasing your Night Lights in the Garden tickets, please select your preferred time of event entry, either 6 pm or 7:30 pm. This time only applies to your estimated arrival time and does not affect the length of your stay at the event.
Night Lights Admission
- Adults: $9 Members / $20 Non-Members
- Children (4 – 14): $5 Members / $7 Non-Members
- Children (3 and under): Free, ticket required
Buy Member Tickets
Buy Non-Member Tickets
Sorry, no phone orders. Complimentary general admission tickets are not accepted for Night Lights, as it is a special event.
Night Lights in the Garden Schedule
Fogg Café will be open during Night Lights in the Garden serving light fare and beverages. Ne reservations are accepted for the restaurant.
Night Lights Menu
Questions? Click here to contact us.
Join today to take advantage of priority ticketing for this event in person (fastest) during your next visit to the Garden, this page, by phone 239.643.7275, or by mail.
Due to the popularity of this event and our commitment to your safety, a limited number of tickets are available each night to ensure the best experience for event guests.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.