On Wednesday night, Matthew and I met up with friends Beth and Enzo to enjoy some seasonal magic at the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Glow.
Glow decks the Garden out in poinsettias, twinkling lights, Christmas trees, and gingerbread houses. The Christmas trees are decorated by various garden clubs from around the area. One of my favorites was the “Memories of Cleveland’s Past” tree.
By far, my favorite gingerbread house was this stunning replica of the Old Stone Church.
But there were a lot of other notable houses, showcasing creativity and ranging from cute to dramatic.
And while it was chilly, we did wander outside to see the lights scattered throughout the garden. Plus, we were able to pop into the greenhouse to warm up afterwards!
Glow is open through Sunday, January 5 and has evening hours until 9pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Glow has a lot to offer both adults and children. You’ll find everything from a Glow bar with Great Lakes Christmas Ale and a gift shop filled with beautiful gifts to a train and elf house, complete with a slide. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children. Head on out to Cleveland Botanical Garden and get yourself some holiday Glow!
***Disclosure: I was asked by the Cleveland Botanical Garden to help promote Glow. In exchange, I received 2 complimentary tickets to the event. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***