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Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where features like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast. General Admission: $21.95...more
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Such a great place to go around the holidays! I go every year with friends or a significant other. The lights are so beautiful. The grounds are gorgeous and my favorite is to go into the greenhouse. So fun!
I’ve lived in Atlanta for over a decade, yet somehow never attended this annual Festival of Lights. In a word, it was spectacular. We meandered our way through displays great and small, past carolers, stations selling the makings for s’mores and open fire pits. The...More
Over 100 fert high trre besutifully decorated with lights of all colord and the same synchronised with lovely titilating music. A walk thru this beautifully decorated botanival garden is loke walking thru an enchanting forest right out of a fairy tale.
Once a year Atlanta turns their Botanical Gardens into a Christmas preview. Although a very wet and rainy night, the park was crowded with folk young and old. I can not give the park enough kiddos. My 92 year old mom slipped on wet leaves...More
The Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Christmas lights are alway a great way to spend an evening. The light and sound feature in the forest area with the elevated walkway will keep you mesmerized for hours. Their train display keeps young and old entertained as well. The...More
We went on what I was afraid would be one of the most crowded days of the event - the day after Thanksgiving. It was crowded, but not unbearably so, plus we had a cold, rainy night, so some may have foregone their tickets and...More
We visited the Night Lights Garden Lights again this year and was very disappointed. We had a very abbreviated version of our previous years visit. Parts it the garden was not accessible. Seem like the Christmas spirit was missing and the grinch showed up. Kids...More
This is one of the coolest, most beautiful places I have been to while visiting another city. So many lights and flowers and trees. It smells absolutely amazing everywhere you walk. And the Poinsettia Tree...so awesome!!