Savannah Holidays 2014: December Nights, Holiday Lights starts Fri. Nov. 28

December Nights, Holiday Lights at Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens 2014 Savannah

Enjoy 275,000 sparkling lights on this self-guided tour through Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens @ 2 Canebrake Road, Savannah on select evenings between Thanksgiving Friday and Christmas Eve.

At 2014 December Nights & Holiday Lights, view white reindeer among green-glistening timber bamboo, the Orchid House roof aglow in red and green light, a Nativity scene with a deep blue background, blue Stars of David, white trumpeting angels in a bed of champagne gold lights, green and white lights around an illuminated fountain in the Rose Garden, glowing willow trees in the Mediterranean Garden, giant red poinsettias, and a candy-inspired children’s experience in the Cottage Garden.

Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen offers a chance to purchase hot drinks and holiday goodies. Spirited music fills the air, sometimes with roaming live carolers.

Live music events

Live music events, ranging from brass choirs to classical string and modern ensembles are anticipated for this special annual event that has grown every year. Indoor musical performances will take place in the new Visitors Center.

December Nights & Holiday Lights 2014 Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens Savannah

December Nights & Holiday Lights 2014

Eighteen select evenings from the day after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve:

Nov. 28 – 30 (Friday – Sunday)
Dec. 4 – 7 (Thursday – Sunday)
Dec. 11 – 14 (Thursday – Sunday)
Dec. 18 – 24 (Thursday – Wednesday)

6 to 9 pm

$5 per person
Infants (ages 2 and under) FREE
Cash or Credit Card accepted

December Nights & Holiday Lights encompasses at least ten acres around the historic core of farm buildings and gardens.

The Holiday Lights experience is stroller and wheelchair friendly. Please, no pets during this special event.

More details here. 

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens,, 2 Canebrake Road Savannah, Ga. 31419, (912) 921-5460 e-mail:, On Facebook here. Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is a advertiser 


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