Night of 1000 Lights Returns for 13 Nights in December
Tickets are now on sale for Sherman Library & Gardens annual holiday light and entertainment extravaganza, which will welcome patrons with a Candy Land theme for the 2023 holiday season
Corona del Mar, CA: Back for its ninth season, Night of 1000 Lights will debut a new theme this year – Candy Land – with the gardens’ being outfit with whimsical décor that is reminiscent of the beloved vintage board game. An absolute must to attend this holiday season, guests of all ages will be dazzled as they navigate the gardens. Happening for a limited run of 13 nights in December, tickets are sure to sell-out.
Here’s a sneak peak of what is in-store for this festive experience: Stroll along the Rainbow Trail, past the Lollypop Woods and the Gumdrop Mountains, through the Peppermint Stick Forest, and the glistening light tunnel, on your way to the Candy Heart Carnival, which features carnival games for kids of all ages. Visit the Molasses Swamp, the Old Peanut Brittle House, and the Candy Land Express Train on your way to visit Santa in his workshop. Then head to the fire pit and whip up your own batch of s’mores. Plus, the Garden Shop will be open and stocked with unique holiday gifting items.
Night of 1000 Lights 2023 dates are December 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 from 6 pm – 9 pm. Each evening will have three entry times: 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm & 8:00 pm. Admission is $25 for Members and $35 Non-Members while admission for children 3 and under is free. A Family Package is also available for $200 which includes a Family Membership and four Nights of 1000 Lights tickets. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
“We look forward to witnessing lasting memories being created with friends and family as they celebrate the magic of the season at Sherman Library & Gardens.” -Scott LaFleur, Executive Director
About Sherman Library & Gardens
Sherman Library & Gardens is a non-profit that has been deeply rooted in Orange County, California for over half of a century, serving the community as a sanctuary and education beacon for history, horticulture, and the arts. Founded in 1966 by Arnold Haskell, and named for his friend and mentor, Moses Hazeltine Sherman, this iconic institution serves as a guardian of regional history and artifacts, a living library of plants both native and exotic, and a conservator of artistic works influenced by and produced in the Pacific Southwest. Today, Sherman Library & Gardens is a monument to Haskell’s dream of an educational and cultural center including a premier botanical garden and outstanding research library. Sherman Library & Gardens was recently recognized by the Newport Beach City Council with a proclamation, naming Sherman Library & Gardens as the “Cultural Hub” of Corona del Mar. Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar, CA 92625.