Last week, I was invited to Longwood Gardens to view A Longwood Christmas. I have gone in the past and absolutely loved it. This was one opportunity I was not going to miss!
Longwood puts the stars in your eyes during the holiday season while you wander through half a million twinkling lights, thousands of poinsettias, and magnificent Christmas trees. Beautifully lit fountains dance in their starry holiday wonderland. There are also concerts that are presented daily.
If you have never seen it, there’s truly nothing like it! A Longwood Christmas runs through January 6, 20213. Tickets are issued for a specific date and time and tickets are available for advance purchase now. There is no admittance to the Gardens without a timed admission ticket if you are not a Member. Purchase your timed tickets now to avoid disappointment! Tickets are limited and sell out quickly!
The best times to visit Longwood Gardens for A Longwood Christmas are Tuesdays through Fridays. If you are a member, take advantage of the Garden Pass Member-only Holiday Evenings on Mondays, December 10th and 17th starting at 5 pm! Only Garden Pass Members will be admitted these exclusive evenings.
You want that ornament don’t you? You can find any of the ornaments on display and more in The GardenShop in the Visitor Center!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post; I was compensated for my work by Longwood Gardens, but all words and opinions are my own.