Enjoy an eerie evening of Halloween-themed fun.
The Denver Botanic Gardens is once again hosting its Glow at the Gardens event for the Halloween season, and it will be an evening of illuminating fun. Of course, like most other fall events, there are a few changes to the event to meet COVID-19 needs, but it will still have all the lights and sights that will entertain people of all ages.
This year's event will be held October 20-25 from 6-9:45 p.m. at the York Street location. Tickets will be required for timed entry, which is much the same as in past years, and once inside, you'll see jack-o-lanterns, performers, and much more.
"Wander a one-way path through a spooky, illuminated landscape as the Gardens dresses up for Halloween. Musicians, dancers and performing artists bring spirits and specters to life, and scores of jack-o’-lanterns light up the night with grins and grimaces fit for the season," said the gardens.
Unfortunately, in order to facilitate social distancing and COVID-19 safety for all involved, this year's event won't include cash bars, crafts or trick-or-treat stations, and pumpkin sculptures. There will be refreshments available and jack-o-lanterns a plenty, however.
"Bring your face mask and a macabre mood for this enchanted autumnal experience. Seasonal treats and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at the Hive Garden Bistro," said the gardens.
The event is a ton of fun for kids and adults alike, and it's a unique experience to see the gardens in a different light during a fall evening.
You can learn more about the event on the Denver Botanic Gardens website. You can reserve your place on the site as well: Get Tickets. Many of the spots are already sold out, so don't wait to get your tickets. Last entry 9:30 p.m. Timed tickets must be purchased in advance; tickets are limited in each 30-minute time slot. Online reservations only; tickets won't be sold at the gate.
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