What is the Galaxy of Lights ?Galaxy of Lights is the Huntsville Botanical Garden's magnificent mile-long 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. Galaxy of Lights has been recognized by the Southeast Tourism Society as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast.
When is the Galaxy of Lights ?Member Walking nights - Nov. 10-14 from 5:00-7:30 pm ($5 adult; $2.50 children)
Member Walk Your Dog-Nov. 14 ($1 per dog on a leash)
Public Walking nights - Nov. 18-22 from 5:00-7:30 pm ($6 adult; $3 children)
Public Walk Your Dog-Nov. 21 ($1 per dog on a leash) Driving nights - Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve from 5:30-9:00 pm ($20 per car or van up to 10 people, $3 per additional person)
Where is the Galaxy of Lights ?Huntsville Botanical Garden
4747 Bob Wallace Avenue
How do I get tickets for Galaxy of Lights and how much are they?Walking nights - $6 adults; $3 children;
Driving nights - $20 per carload up to 10 people.
Are discounts to Galaxy of Lights available?$1 discounts for Toys for Tots, Food Bank or other donation (can include pet food).
What else should I know about Galaxy of Lights ?Over 5 miles of extension cords are used to power more than 500 display pieces.
Over 2000 luminaries are used.
The Galaxy uses about the amount of power that 3 houses use in a year.
2010 marks the 22nd anniversary of the Botanical Garden.