Explore A Wonderland Of Artwork Aglow And Christmas Lights At Franklin Park Conservatory In Ohio
The only thing that could make a colorfully lighted conservatory and botanical gardens even more magical would be to pair it with spectacular artwork. Here in Ohio, you can explore just that this holiday season. Conservatory Aglow at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Columbus features one of the best Christmas lights displays in Ohio that features festive plants and internationally renowned artwork. The Franklin Park Conservatory Christmas lights are a one-of-a-kind seasonal attraction that will leave you in awe. Here’s why you’ll want to visit this colorful wonderland before the holiday season ends:
Have you ever been to Franklin Park Conservatory during the holidays? If so, we want to know what your experience was like! If you haven’t, do you plan on checking out the Christmas lights at Franklin Park Conservatory this year?
For more beautiful Christmas lights displays in Ohio this year, check out our previous article: Visit 14 Christmas Light Displays In Ohio For A Magical Experience. Some of our favorite Christmas events on the list include The Christmas Ranch in Morrow, Journey Borealis at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park in Hamilton, The Legendary Lights of Historic Clifton Mill in Clifton, Upper’s Winter Fantasy of Lights in Sandusky, and the Cleveland Public Square Christmas Light Display!
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Just a few miles from the Christmas lights at Franklin Park Conservatory, the Columbus Zoo puts on another must-visit holiday light display in Ohio:
- Every year, Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo transforms this fan-favorite attraction into something wholly, wonderfully magical, a world where kids and adults alike can explore in awe and believe in miracles just a little bit more.
- Large light displays and light tunnels make the zoo even more fun than usual, and even though it's cold, there are still lots of animals to see!
- Only a few animals will be outside, but many more can be viewed in their indoor houses.
- Feeling cold? Indoor viewings include Naomi Coyle Dempsey Quest for Enlightenment Interpretive Center (Asia Quest), Vanishing Giants (Asia Quest), Discovery Reef (Shores Region), Manatee Coast (Shores Region), Reptile Building (Shores Region), and Bob and Evelyn’s Roadhouse Nocturnal Building (Australia and the Islands).
- Santa even joins the party, making for a fun photo op by which to remember the experience.
- Of course, Wildlights isn't the only zoo lights in Ohio; the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden's Festival Lights has consistently been recognized as one of the top zoo displays in the country, and it's worth the drive no matter where in Ohio you're from.
- Fun extras like train rides, synchronized light shows, and unique animal encounters add to the magic of this event, which boasts a whopping four million LED lights!