Buffalo’s Botanical Gardens are always a great sight to see, but this is especially true in February when it presents “Night Lights at the Gardens.”
“Night Lights” runs until February 16 and illuminates the Gardens with theatrical and interactive lighting. This is in an effort to delight the senses. On Saturdays, the first 100 visitors will receive a free National Grid ice scraper.
The lights that continue to change, highlight the Gardens’ conservatory and horticulture collection. This year, there will be new lighting designs, video projections, enhanced sound systems and even a maze on the front lawn.
In addition to the lights, local artists will also be given the chance to showcase their talent. The electronic sounds of Dotsun Moon will be featured, along with the work of projection artist Mark Reginald WonderGhost.
On the final evening of the show, Queen City Sight & Sound (a collection of Buffalo creative) will be displaying, creating and exhibiting their wares. The troupe features strolling buskers, a fire-spinning troupe and drummers.
Admission to the Gardens is $10 for adults, $8 for Garden members, seniors, and students, $5 for kids from 3-12.
More information is available at the Buffalo Gardens Website.