The lights at Longwood Gardens 2010

 

Beam me up for the grandure that is a Longwood Christmas!  There is simply so much to do at Longwood Gardens during the Holiday season that I have to make these multiple posts  Today, it’s all about the lights!

Beam me up for a Longwood Gardens Christmas! © Britt Conley

With over 500,000 lights on display, Longwood  has one of the most romantic holiday walks around.  And this doesn’t even include the evening lit dancing fountains.

A Holiday Stroll © Britt Conley

Walking the vast acreage of lights is wonderful.  Even the grand fountain lawn is lit up.

The Great lawn at Longwood Gardens © Britt Conley

The tree’s are great, either up close are from a distance!

Holiday Lights at Longwood Gardens © Britt Conley

I love taking this stroll each year.  And it’s become my new tradition.  It’s romantic, crisp and festive.   My fellow wanders are always smiling.  They also have a fantastic little hut where one can buy hot chocolate with marshmallows and whipped cream, cookies or a hot buttery pretzel (my favorite).

The Tree Row © Britt Conley

And don’t forget to go below the conservatory and head outside.  The view is lovely.

Part of Longwood Gardens light display © Longwood Gardens

They also tend to have the outdoor trains here!  Yet another fun treat.

The Conservatory Trains © Britt Conley

And of course there those trees that are adorned in all their outdoor glory.  This one is a hit every year!

Holiday Lights at Longwood Gardens © Britt Conley

Come back to see part two of what’s in store at Longwood this holiday season!  Next time were going indoors!  You can see what is on tap at Longwood now through January 9th, 2011 by visiting www.longwoodgardens.org

‘Til Tomorrow…

Britt : )

Related posts:

  1. A Longwood Garden’s Christmas
  2. 5 reasons to spend the 4th of July at Longwood Gardens!
  3. Part IV: The Chrysanthemum Festival at Longwood Gardens
  4. Part V: Brookside Gardens’ Garden of Lights!
  5. Wisterias in full bloom at Longwood Gardens!

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