‘Night Lights’ Brings the Magic of the Holidays to Life in Boston
While it’s lovely to enjoy 70-degree weather in November, winter is quickly approaching on the SouthCoast, and we will need fun activities for the family that will warm our bones and our hearts.
“Night Lights” returns to the New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill in Boylston from Friday, Nov. 25, to Saturday, Dec. 31, offering all the holiday vibes your merry heart will desire in the coming weeks.
Just about 90 minutes away from the SouthCoast and dubbed a “top 5 light show in Greater Boston,” Night Lights perfectly pairs the charming magic of holiday lights with the enchanting landscape of the botanic garden.
New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill is a nonprofit organization open to the public for garden viewing, trail walking, activities and private events. When the colder months arrive, it transforms into a holiday dream.
Enjoy seasonal drinks while winding through 15 acres of formal gardens and surrounding woodlands; stop at one of the fire pits to warm up and make s’mores or hot cocoa; and maybe indulge in an adult beverage or two.
Night Lights is an ideal date night for two but can also be a fun and unique way to up the ante on a typical holiday party.
“You can add delicious and creative fare by Peppers Artful Events while discovering the stunning display of décor and lights around the gardens,” New England Botanic Garden said. “Parties are ideal for groups of 10-80 people.”
Tickets are on sale now on the New England Botanic Garden website and they will sell out.
Winter is coming. Warm up with holiday cheer in Boylston.