Gardens Aglow: Week 3 Performers and Activities

A little something for everyone...
Youngsters enjoy a visit with Mrs. Claus at Heritage Museums & Gardens' Gardens Aglow event. (Courtesy photo)

Heritage Museums & Gardens’ highly anticipated annual family holiday event, Gardens Aglow, runs each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening through December 30, from 4:30-8:30 pm.

Holiday lights will adorn Heritage’s several acres of gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, visitors can enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, music and special performances, visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus and an interactive display of model trains.

WHERE:               Heritage Museums & Gardens,  67 Grove Street, Sandwich, MA 02563

WHEN:                Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening through December 30; 4:30-8:30 pm

PARKING:            Due to limited parking at Heritage, additional parking will be available Saturday, December 8; Saturday, December 15; and Saturday, December 22 for ticketed customers in the parking lot behind the Henry T. Wing School, 33 Water Street, Sandwich, MA 02563 . The shuttle will be operating on a continuous loop between the Wing School and Heritage from 4:00pm to 9:00pm.  Please display your ticket, printed or on your mobile device, to staff at the parking lot to board the shuttle to Heritage!

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TICKETS:             Visitors are encouraged to purchase their tickets online at heritagemuseums.org. We’ve placed a limit on attendance each evening to provide a better experience for guests by preventing extremely large crowds on the roads and on the grounds on any given night. If an evening is not sold out, day of ticket sales end at 7:30pm each night.

Tickets are $15 for Member adults, $5 for Member youth, $18 for Non-Member adults, and $7 for Non-Member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge.

 


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