South Dakota Attractions, Seasonal November 11, 2020
McCrory Gardens Beloved Garden Glow Will Be Returning To South Dakota
Christmas is just around the corner, and due to the world’s current nature (a la Covid-19), people are looking for some sense of normalcy and are also wondering if their favorite holiday traditions will still take place. While some of your favorite SoDak traditions may be on hold for 2020, we are happy to report that South Dakota’s beloved Garden Glow will soon light up the nighttime sky:
Located on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, McCrory Gardens is a stunning 25-acre wonderland that is beautiful year-round and manages to become even more lovely during the annual Garden Glow!
Taking place every night from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. December 7th through the 31st (minus Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day) and January 2nd through the 6th, Garden Glow is a regular winter wonderland that is guaranteed to dazzle and delight everyone in the family.
When you visit the Garden Glow, you will be treated to something out of a storybook beginning with twinkling lights on trees, unique fixtures, and Christmas colors galore.
In addition to their mainstay fixtures, the Garden Glow will also feature new exhibits for 2020, including the "Reindeer Meadow" and all of your favorite Christmas tunes playing while you stroll.
Do you need new decor for yourself or a one-of-a-kind gift for someone you love? The gift shop at the McCrory Gardens Education & Visitor Center has that, too, plus delicious hot chocolate and other treats.
To learn more about the Garden Glow and other upcoming events and activities, please visit the McCrory Gardens'
Admission to McCrory Gardens and the Garden Glow is $6 for adults, and $4 for seniors 65+ and children ages 6 to 17.
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