Galaxy of Lights
Friday November 14, 2014 - Saturday January 3, 2015
Walking Nights: November 14-17 and 21-25, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Admission: Adults $6.00, Children (3+) $3.00 (discounts for members)
During Walking Nights, Clementine's at the Garden will be open with a limited menu.
Drive-Through Nights (tickets may be purchased below)
Thanksgiving through January 3, 5:30-9 p.m. (*see exceptions above)
Passenger Car - $20 per car (up to 10 people)
Vans - $20 for 10 people and $3 for each additional person
Tour buses - $20 for 10 people and $3 for each additional person (tour bus driver is free).
Please note: Admission fees may be changed without notice.
Please have cash or a check for admission!
** Please enter near Landry's on Bob Wallace.
Purchase Galaxy Driving Night Tickets
(ticket sales will begin in the fall)
*Please note: Each ticket is good for one driving night for a carload up to 10 people. Please print a hard copy of your receipt and bring it to the Garden.
Don't miss North Alabama's favorite holiday tradition!
Galaxy of Lights is a holiday light extravaganza featuring larger-than-life animated light displays. See Santa soaring over a delightful winter village. Nursery rhyme characters dance and frolic among traditional scenes of the season. And, best of all, experience the magic of the twinkling icicle forest. Galaxy of Lights is the perfect holiday treat for the young and young-at-heart.
Walking nights are the best way to experience the Galaxy of Lights.
Group Tours welcome. Call 256-830-4447 ext. 223 for group rates
Galaxy of Lights was named a Southeast Tourism Top 20 event for 2009.
Galaxy of LIghts made the American Automobile Association's "GEM" list for 2010!
Galaxy of Lights Fun Run
Tuesday December 2, 2014 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
You can run, jog, skip or walk the 1.7 mile trail. Santa will be present handing out candy canes and posing for photos.
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Garden Guild Galaxy Tinsel Trail Tree 2013
Have you ever wondered how Galaxy of Lights happens each year?
Watch "Behind the Magic" for a behind the scenes look at the hard work and the dedication of some very special volunteers responsible for our winter wonderland of lights.