New York Botanical Garden Glow

NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
New York Botanical Garden Glow, Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, December 28, 2020 (Carole Di Tosti)

As an outdoor color and light show in the evenings, New York Botanical Garden has been presenting Glow. Sauntering along the paths of the Garden with the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory as the focal point, the shades of color illuminate the pine trees and create an otherworldly aura throughout. The beauty of Glow is that it is outdoors and there is no crowding with lots of room to spread out in safety.

NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, another view, December 28, 2020 (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow, Gazebo (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow, Reflecting Pool (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow, Leon Levy Center (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)

Washes of brilliant colors, thousands of dazzling, energy-efficient LED lights, and picture-perfect installations fill the Visitor Center Reflecting Pool and magically energize surrounding gardens and collections. As part of the experience, visitors can also enjoy artistic ice sculptures; music; roving dancers, including a Hip Hop Nutcracker NYBG remix; and more outdoor fun. To warm up and add satisfaction to your appreciation of GLOW, you can have a hot chocolate or latte at the Pine Tree Cafe with other treats and sandwiches, pizza and Paninis.

NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)

In accordance with New York State and City requirements for cultural institutions and safety protocols that include limited ticketing capacity and social distancing, timed-entry tickets for NYBG GLOW must be purchased in advance.The new, limited timed-entry ticketing system staggers visitors’ arrivals, promotes social distancing, and mitigates the risk of crowding in high-traffic areas.

NYBG Glow, Ice Sculpture (Carole Di Tosti)

More information about NYBG’s enhanced safety protocols, including a “Know Before You Go” video, is available here.

NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)

Dates left to get tickets: Friday, January 8; Saturday, January 9; Friday, January 15; and Saturday, January 16, 2021. Glow takes place during the hours: 5–10 p.m.

NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)
NYBG Glow (Carole Di Tosti)

Timed-entry tickets for NYBG GLOW must be purchased in advance. General admission is $30 for adults and $18 for children two to 12. Children under two are admitted free. Admission for Garden Members is $20 for adults and $10 for children two to 12. Visit nybg.org for details and to purchase tickets.

NYBG Glow ends on Saturday, 16 January. You still have time to visit this gorgeous winter celebration at the Garden. Don’t miss it.

About caroleditosti

Carole Di Tosti, Ph.D. is an Entertainment Journalist, novelist, poet and playwright. Writing is my life. When I don't write I am desolate. Carole Di Tosti has over 1800 articles, reviews, sonnets and other online writings. Carole Di Tosti writes for Blogcritics.com, Theater Pizzazz and other New York theater websites. Carole Di Tost free-lanced for VERVE and wrote for Technorati for 2 years. Some of the articles are archived. Carole Di Tosti covers premiere film festivals in the NY area:: Tribeca FF, NYFF, DOC NYC, Hamptons IFF, NYJewish FF, Athena FF. She also covers SXSW film. Carole Di Tosti's novel 'Peregrine: The Ceremony of Power,' is being released in November-December. Her two-act plays 'Edgar,' 'The Painter on His Way to Work,' and 'Pandemics' in the process of being submitted for representation and production.

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