23rd Annual Garden d’Lights at the Bellevue Botanical Garden
November 25 through December 31, 2017
Hours: 4:30pm to 9:00pm (the lights go out at 9:30pm),
every evening including holidays.
Skip the lines and buy your tickets online
Garden d’Lights features over half a million sparkling lights formed into the whimsical shapes of plants, flowers, birds, animals, and cascading waterfalls set amid the natural beauty of the Bellevue Botanical Garden.
$5 per person; children 10 and under are free and do not need a ticket. Tickets can be used on any night.
BUY YOUR TICKET BEFORE YOU COME TO THE GARDEN
Avoid standing in ticket lines to purchase tickets at the Garden by purchasing your ticket online. Tickets go on sale on October 15, 2017.
EVENT FREE NIGHTS: Nov 27, 28, 29, 30, Dec 4, 5, 6, 7.
The event is free for all on Free Nights and tickets are not required. Usually all can be accommodated on free nights, but event staff will be present to control the flow of entrants so everyone can have an enjoyable experience. There could be a wait.
Premium parking in the Garden’s lot is available for $5/car, cash only, as space allows. Parking is free in this lot for individuals with a disability parking permit. Free parking is available at Wilburton Hill Park, located east of the Garden on the south side of Main Street. **Please note: Event parking is not permitted across Main Street. For more information, please see the Directions & Parking page.
Come inside, have a seat and warm up! Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks will be available for purchase in the Aaron Education Center.
New this year! Musical groups will be performing most nights during Garden d’Lights. Performances will be held either in the Gathering Place or in the Aaron Education Center. A schedule will be published soon on this site, as well as on the Garden d’Lights Facebook and Instagram pages. Would your vocal or instrumental group like to perform at Garden d’Lights? Please see our About page for more information.
Garden d’Lights is produced by Bellevue Botanical Garden Society in partnership with Bellevue Parks & Community Services.