Spectacular 'Night Lights' returns to Blithewold this weekend

Posted 11/23/22

Beautifully lit paths throughout the grounds of Blithewold Mansion and Arboretum will reveal stunning custom light displays, handmade bamboo ornaments, and all the beauty that the gardens and …

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Spectacular 'Night Lights' returns to Blithewold this weekend

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Beautifully lit paths throughout the grounds of Blithewold Mansion and Arboretum will reveal stunning custom light displays, handmade bamboo ornaments, and all the beauty that the gardens and arboretum have to offer. They will be serving non-alcoholic cider, hot chocolate, hot coffee, and some hot drinks with a kick, provided by RI Cruisin’ Cocktails.

The Mansion is closed during this program.

The show will be open throughout the next five weeks, beginning Friday, Nov. 25. Book a carload for Wednesday to Sundays from now through the end of December. Arrival times are 5 or 6 p.m. Rates are:

  • Member: 4 Person Car load – $45 | 2 Person Carload – $25
  • Non-Member: 4 Person Car load – $60 | 2 Person Carload – $30
  • Additional Tickets: Adult Member – $12 | Adult Non-Member – $15 | Child (ages 6-17) – $5
  • Children 5 years old and younger are free.

Preregistration is required. In order to control the number of people on the property at any one time, you’ll be asked to select one of two arrival times. Most visitors will spend about an hour on the property enjoying Night Lights. If your group would like to stay longer you can do that too.

Register at: https://www.blithewold.org/event/night-lights-an-illuminating-experience/

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