December Nights and Holiday Lights @ Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, Savannah

December Nights Holiday Lights Savannah Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens Enjoy well over 800,000 sparkling lights @ Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens in Savannah December Nights and Holiday Lights 2016 on select evenings from Fri. Nov. 25 through Sat. Dec. 24, 6-9PM

The “Jewel of a Savannah Christmas” returns with improved access pathways, new light displays and approaching 1,000,000 sparkling lights.

Santa and Mrs. Claus make appearances across the season as their busy schedules allow. Various non-profit groups help stock Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen, selling hot chocolate and other tasty holiday treats.

Also returning this year is the model train display and new feature is the holiday floral display on the Back Terrace portico.

Please remember the lights display are affected by rain, so plan to attend on evenings with fair weather to avoid disappointment.

This is a self-guided WALKING tour of illuminated displays across about six-acres @ Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens.


Select evenings from the day after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve

Nov. 25 – 27 (Friday – Sunday)
Nov. 30 – Dec. 4 (Wednesday – Sunday)
Dec. 7 – 11 (Wednesday – Sunday)
Dec. 14 – 24 (nightly)

6-9PM (weather permitting)

$10 per person (ages 13 and older)***
$5 per child 3 to 12 years
Infants (age 2 and under) FREE

***$5 Thursday ‘Family’ Nights (ages 3 to 103)

Cash or Credit Card (Visa, MC, Discover) accepted

Highlights of the casual self-guided walking tour

You will visit differently themed garden areas including:

White reindeer among green-glistening timber bamboo, a snowflake-accented 18-foot holly Christmas tree, an allee of glistening multicolor trees, a rainbow arch-tunnel, the Orchid House roof aglow in red and green light, a Nativity scene with a deep blue background, white trumpeting angels in a bed of champagne gold lights, green and white lights around an illuminated fountain in the Rose Garden, giant red poinsettias, and a candy-inspired children’s experience in the Cottage Garden for just a sampling.

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