Norfolk Botanical Garden: Dominion Energy Garden of Lights, Walk the Garden Aglow
Words and Images Courtesy of Norfolk Botanical Garden
NORFOLK, VA –Norfolk Botanical Garden (NBG) is currently preparing for the Dominion Energy Garden of Lights, Walk the Garden Aglow beginning Friday, November 11, 2022 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. through January 1, 2023. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the Garden’s award-winning showstopping lights. This holiday season immerse yourself in more than 1.5 million twinkling lights – a magical experience like no other in Coastal Virginia. More than 110,000 guests enjoyed the NBG holiday light extravaganza in 2021. The Garden has been lighting up your holidays for 29 years!
There are more lights and more surprises! Look for illuminating color-changing trees, the sparkling Conifer Garden and the Garden’s historical NATO Tower drenched in lights. Plus, walk through the Mega tree – a great place to take a holiday selfie #nbglights. Complement your magical experience by purchasing a cup of hot cocoa or a holiday treat to enjoy during your walk. All proceeds help NBG fulfill their mission as a non-profit organization.
The Dominion Energy Garden of Lights is created with energy saving LED bulbs
and is powered by 100% renewable energy.
VOTED ONE OF THE BEST LIGHT SHOWS IN THE COUNTRY!
USAToday/10Best Winner 2021 (multiple years), Best Holiday Light Display by Forbes.com, Magical Holiday Bucket List – Simplemost.com
About Norfolk Botanical Garden
Norfolk Botanical Garden represents an oasis of more than 65 themed gardens encompassing 175 beautiful acres. From stunning plant collections to WOW - World of Wonders: A Children’s Adventure Garden, this diverse natural beauty can be explored by tram, boat, or walking tours. The Garden is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, recognized as a Virginia Historic Landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Virginia Green attraction. It is managed by Norfolk Botanical Garden, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is supported by the City of Norfolk. The mission of Norfolk Botanical Garden is to immerse visitors in a world of beauty, lead through environmental action, and inspire through education and connection to nature. For more information, visit www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org