st. Louis – If you’re not ready to say goodbye to the holiday season, a few local spots still have the spirit to share with you: Missouri Botanical Gardens as Garden Glow continues through his Saturday, January 7th The trail is still cheerful and bright.
“We wanted to give people a few more days to come see the Garden Glow and celebrate with us,” said Katherine Martin of the Missouri Botanical Garden. I have.”
Nearly two million lights bring the South St. Louis landmark to life at night. Visit near the end of the holidays to see less crowds and avoid missing out on festive favourites.
“If you didn’t have that in your schedule, go ahead and add it. Let’s take a last look at vacation,” said Martin.
It also makes for a fun kickoff for your New Year’s resolutions.
“So you can start your resolution here at Garden Glow. Step in when you visit,” Martin said. “And we offer nightly memberships, so you get the chance to increase your steps all year round.”
Garden Glow started out as a way to showcase your garden at night, and now it’s proud to be a mainstay of St. Louis holidays.
“There’s a couple here who got engaged and got back. They’re married. They have kids now. It’s great to be back and see the gardens become part of their tradition,” Martin said.
Santa’s magical kingdom in Eureka continues through Sunday, January 8th. With over 4 million lights, bring your favorite childhood stories and characters to life.
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