It's time to start getting festive here in Colorado and there's a perfect event that will have your spirits soaring.

According to a press release from the Denver Botanic Gardens, Blossoms of Light is returning to York St. from November 18, 2022, to January 7, 2023, from 4:30 PM to 9 PM each evening.

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What is Blossoms of Light in Denver, Colorado?

Blossoms of Light is an annual event that takes place at Denver's Botanic Gardens, which is transformed with thousands of LED lights.

The event has been taking place for more than 3 decades and each year seems to be even more stunning than the last.

With a huge assortment of ever-changing lights, this attraction is perfect for date night or a fun family outing.

What to Know About Blossoms of Lights

It can get pretty cold during the winter in the front range, so make sure to dress appropriately in some warm clothes and sturdy shoes to navigate the paths. Also, keep in mind that there is no coat check.

Ticket for Blossoms of Lights must be purchased in advance and guests should adhere to the time slot booked.

Pricing for tickets is as follows:

  • $24 Adults
  • $22 Seniors (65+)
  • $20 Children (ages 3-15)
  • Free admission for children 2 and younger

Warm beverages and treats are available for purchase at Offshoots Café and the Hive Garden Bistro located inside the gardens.

Blossoms of Lights will be closed on November 24 and December 25 due to the holidays.

See more than 36,000 plants from 90 different counties all while enjoying incredible light displays this holiday season at Blossom of Lights.

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