Ticket Sales for Brookside Gardens’ Garden of Lights Display Begin at 9am on October 11

Montgomery Parks will begin selling tickets for Brookside Gardens’ annual Garden of Lights outdoor, walk-through winter light display on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022. Tickets are available on Eventbrite starting October 11 at 9 am (video of the display available below).

Garden of Lights features glimmering one-of-a-kind displays adorning the flowerbeds and pathways throughout Brookside Gardens. New features this year include a winter wonderland scene with tall ice-like formations and falling snow in the Rose Garden and oversized colorful flower forms throughout the formal gardens. All new displays were handcrafted by Montgomery Parks staff.

New this year, pedestrians and cyclists can enter the seasonal light display at the pedestrian gate at 1800 Glenallan Ave. or via a half-mile path beginning at 2000 Shorefield Road near the Wheaton Regional Park Adventure Playground.

WHAT: Purchase timed-entry tickets to Brookside Gardens’ Garden of Lights beginning Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. Tickets must be purchased online in advance via Eventbrite for $10 per person. All persons ages five and older require advance tickets.

WHEN: The exhibit opens nightly beginning Nov. 18, through Jan. 1, from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. It is closed November 21–24 and December 24 and 25.

WHERE: Garden of Lights is at Brookside Gardens, Montgomery Parks’ 50-acre public garden, located at 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, Md, 20902.

WHY: Enjoy Montgomery Parks’ exquisite walk-through light show, featuring one and a half million LED lights. Many light forms are handwoven into original works depicting animals, flowers, and other natural elements.

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