Longwood Gardens Nightscape Opens
Last night Mike and I escaped the City and headed to Longwood Gardens to check out their new summer exhibit
Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience before it opens to the public Friday
July 3. Nightscape takes you on an immersive journey around the Gardens with moving imagery, light, and original music using Longwood’s landscape as the canvas.
Ticket price includes all day Gardens admission
Ages 19 & older: $27
Ages 5–18: $17
Ages 4 & under: Free ticket required
Members: Free reservation required
Member Guests & Groups of 15 or more (with advance reservations): Save 10%
high-quality experience for Klip’s first garden-wide installation — the
group of pros has created amazing large-scale visual installations for
the likes of the Philadelphia Flower Show, Central Park Conservancy and Sundance Film Festival.
and behind-the- scenes photos? Be sure to follow @longwoodgardens on
Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook. Use the hashtag
#Nightscape2015 in all of your social posts.
Beer Garden, offered only during Nightscape.
Enjoy delicious food, try our signature Longwood brew, and sit with
friends and family under the stars. The Beer Garden will be open
6:00–11:00 pm (serving until 10:30 pm).
Member Reservation or Ticket to experience the Beer Garden. Our Beer
Garden opens at 6:00 pm. Make a reservation in our fine dining
restaurant 1906 at opentable.com.
Nightscape experience begins at the following times throughout the
season: July, at 9:30 pm; August, at 9:00 pm; September, at 8:30 pm;
October, at 7:30 pm
Longwood continues the mission set forth by founder Pierre S. du Pont to inspire people through excellence in garden
design, horticulture, education and the arts, through programming that
includes exhibitions, musical performances by leading artists, renowned
horticulture education programs, horticulture research, environmental
stewardship and cultural and community engagement. Longwood is open daily and welcomes more than 1.1 million visitors each year. They have the best giftshop. Worth the admission price alone.