Utah December 01, 2017
The Garden Walk That Lights Up In A Magical Way Every Winter
If you’ve ever visited Thanksgiving Point, you know how beautiful its gardens are. In the winter, the tulips are gone… but Christmas lights turn this place into a truly spectacular place for a stroll.
We originally published this article last year, but we’ve updated it with all the latest details for 2018!
You'll find the entrance to Luminaria at the Garden's Visitor Center at Thanksgiving Point.
The address is 3900 N. Garden Drive, Lehi.
Take a stroll down the one-mile-long path, which guides you past 25 different scenes. You'll want to allow yourself at least an hour and half for this amazing outdoor experience.
Each scene has a special theme.
Instead of flowers blanketing these gardens, you'll find colored lights instead.
These magical scenes will delight you with their brightly-colored displays.
The Luminaria Show is truly breathtaking. Bundle up, because you'll want to spend quite a while gazing at this sparkling show.
More than 6,500 luminaries cover the hillside. Each one is programmed to turn on and off at specific times, creating a dazzling effect
Atop the hill sits a 120-foot tall tree — the crown jewel of Luminaria.
While you're there, don't miss the family-friendly activities that are set up for your entertainment. You'll find some fun games...
...and you can even make some tasty s'mores at the fire pits.
Visit Luminaria from now through January 5th. It's open Monday —
Saturday 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
You'll want to reserve your time slot in advance. For ticket pricing, information and availability,
To get a peek at Luminaria, check out this video posted by Thanksgiving Point on Youtube.com:
Did you visit Luminaria last year? Tell us what you thought!
Have you visited
Utah’s Christmas Town? You’ve got to check it out!