If wandering under a blanket of millions of sparkling lights is your kind of holiday magic, then you’re in for a real Christmas treat. Toronto Glow Gardens will finally be opening it’s doors this week and it’s sure to brighten your season. If you’ve been on the hunt for a magical Toronto Christmas light festival, then you seriously need to work Glow Gardens into your schedule.
Unlike most holiday light festivals, this one takes place entirely inside. Now you can stay warm and cozy for hours, while still experiencing the captivating beauty of an outdoor wintery event.
The enchanting light garden is not the only thing getting lit, either. You can also enjoy a seasonal boozy drink at the licensed bar, grab a tasty snack, listen to live music and shop the vendor market.
If this illuminated wonderland has been on your bucket list for some time, you may want to act fast.
The gardens officially open this Thursday, November 28 and according to the website, some dates are already sold out.
So this winter why not escape the cold and come inside for a truly dreamy festival of lights and holiday cheer? Grab your BFF and get glowing Toronto.
Tickets for Glow Gardens are sold for specific time slots so that you'll have enough room and space to enjoy the light sculptures without crowds.
That means you'll want to arrive right on time so you can make the most of the experience.
The craft market is full of over 30 local vendors and is the perfect spot to grab a unique Christmas present for someone special (yes, even yourself).
Once you get your fill of lights and shopping, you'll likely be ready for some food and drink.
Sip cider from an adorable oversized light bulb, or munch on some delicious eats from local food vendors. There will be plenty of food items available too.
Toronto Glow Gardens
Price: Starting at $34.99
When: Thursday, November 28 until Saturday, January 4
Address: Toronto Congress Centre, 1020 Martin Grove Rd., Etobicoke, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy millions of sparkling Christmas lights without having to brave the cold.