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This San Antonio Garden's Flashlight Night Maze Is Coming Next Month

The San Antonio Botanical Garden is an iconic location in the city for many reasons. One of the biggest reasons of all is that they are constantly putting on awesome events for the public to enjoy. To prove our point, next month you'll be able to tour through a light maze at the garden and witness night blooming plants in all of their glory.

Family Flashlight Night is taking place on Friday, November 15 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. While there, you'll be guided through a light maze and tour a garden filled with night blooming plants. This is an extremely rare opportunity and one that only happens once a year, but luckily we'll get a good chunk of the evening to experience it. It's the perfect occasion to enjoy with your family, friends or significant other.

If you're not convinced you need to go already, just wait until you hear how cheap it is! Tickets are $9 - $12 depending on if you're a member already or not, and if you're not, you definitely should be. General admission tickets get you into the garden at 6 p.m. whereas members are allowed in early, at 5:30 p.m. 

If this event sounds like your cup of tea, you'll be happy to know that there's plenty more where it came from. David Rogers’ Big Bugs exhibition, Wine Down at the Garden and Brews and Blooms are a few of the other events the garden puts on. Some of them haven't even happened yet! While you're planning for Family Flashlight Night remember to mark a few of these down in your calendars, you won't regret it. 

Family Flashlight Night

Price: $9 - $12

When: Friday, November 15 

Address: 555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, Texas 78209

Why You Need To Go: To discover the nocturnal side of the San Antonio Botanical Garden.

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